- March 26th, 2011
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Ok, so maybe the question should be “WHY do I backup my photos?”. As a (digital) photographer, I generate quite a bit of raw data at every shoot. Once it’s moved off onto my workstation to process, I need to make sure that there’s a backup copy. There are many reason for this, but these are the main two:
- If it’s a commercial shoot, then the data I have is worth real money since I’m being paid for it. If I loose it, then I potentially won’t get paid.
- If it’s a private shoot of someone, they may order copies going back over a few months/years, so I need to have the data available.