In the first installment of my Lightroom Workflow tutorial series I emphasized the importance of archiving your images so that you won’t lose them if your hard drive should fail. I also mentioned the idea that you can also lose track of the images that you care about in the confusion of having photographs spread around your hard drive in multiple folders.
Author: Aaron Geis
is a professional photographer based near Bristol and Bath. You can read more about him on his photography website!
Film and prints are physical things that can be put in a box in the closet and brought out to pass from one generation to the next. I love digital technology but I have a concern that many people will lose the photographic record of their lives to the obscurity of ones and zeros. There is also the challenge of being able to find the meaningful photos amongst the thousands of files. This is where Lightroom can be of big help.
Before WWII Japanese products had a reputation for being seedy and inferior. Sony and Toyota changed that, with help from other Japanese manufacturers. Korea had a similar image problem. Samsung changed it. I think Yongnuo may be the first wave of a sea change in our perception of Chinese electronics. A few months ago I picked up a flashgun and transmitter set to do my own evaluation.