What’s the best way to store and organise my digital photos? 4th April 2017 09:06 These days, thanks to smartphone’s, we are all photographers.
Avidly snapping millions of images on a daily basis of lunches, sunsets, kids, friends, selfies, and pets (cats, there’s millions of cats!). Keeping a photographic record of your daily activity is great but what do you do with all these images? And where do you keep them all? Should something happen to your device and your photos become irretrievably lost it would be devastating. The Cloud allows you to store and access your photos and documents You may think your phone as enough space to store all your images and video but, comparatively speaking, that space is miniscule and will be quickly used up. What you shouldn’t do is keep all those photos on your Smartphone. What you should do is back up your device and the way to do this is to use ‘The Cloud’. You are probably using the Cloud already, you just may not realise it.
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Whilst that is fine for some, it may not be long until you crave the creative control that inspired you to purchase a DSLR in the first place, but where do you begin? If you consider yourself a beginner who is unsure of how to make the most of your camera, this post is designed for you. It’s intended to be a brief, a one-stop shop to help you take your camera off auto, and take control of your DSLR. It isn’t intended to be a replacement for your camera manual, so will not explain every last setting in great depth, but will cover enough of the basics to get you in control of your camera, and give you the key topics to go back to your manual to read. 1. The best place to start is with shooting modes. 3. 4. Exposure compensation 5. A Beginners Introduction to Using Layers.
Using layers in your photo editing software is one of the most important things you can do to create great images.
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Today you have a choice, black and white photos are seen as “timeless,” and many photographers and viewers tend to think of them more artistic than colour prints. The emotion, passion and drama black and white prints can invoke give a printed photograph greater depth than a colour image, it has a surreal and almost dreamlike quality. The Tiniest Inkjet Image Printed With Quantum Dots.
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