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September 2009

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Backing up Your Digital Images

alpine glow across wildflowers looking toward the peak of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA

One of the most important steps in any successful workflow is to backup and secure your digital images. This article takes a look at some of the new technological advances in digital storage, and how they can be incorporated into your photography.

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Photo Destination: Grand Teton National Park

Moulton Barn in Antelope Flats, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA

The Grand Teton National Park is one of the finest and most distinctive landscapes in America. The spectacular mountains rise from beautiful Jackson and Jenny Lake, giving way to amazing views throughout the park. This is not a place to visit in just one day - if you go there, you'll want to spend at least a couple days, if not a week or more.

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Organizing Your Images

Upper Horsetail Falls, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, USA

Organizing your digital photographs is the first step to creating a simple and sound workflow. This article examines some of the easy ways I organize my images, and provides suggestions for ways that may make sense for others to organize their images. By creating a logical order for your digital files, you can simplify every step of the process, from loading in your images, to finding the final versions of your files.

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