Fool Proof Tips to Secure & Store your Images using Lightroom: A Webinar with Peter Krogh

Fool Proof Tips to Secure & Store your Images using Lightroom: A Webinar with Peter Krogh

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Been meaning to get your photos organized for months (maybe even years)? Worried about losing your images or experienced the complete failure of a hard drive? Then this webinar is for you. Lightroom master and author of Organizing Your Photos with Lightroom 5, Peter Krogh, will join us Wednesday, June 25th at 4pm ET to dive into all the in’s and out’s of Lightroom Storage Techniques. In this webinar he’ll cover the basics and the nitty gritty of storing your photo files safely and securely using Lightroom.

Peter will discuss your options when backing up your images on hard drives or cloud storage, as well as discuss where you should invest your money when it comes to drive speeds and interface types. He’ll also dedicate a large portion of the webinar to taking viewers’ questions – so get your questions ready, tune in, and have a chance for a Digital Asset Manager master help you organize your images, and streamline your workflow.

In this webinar Peter will cover :

  • Primary storage vs. Backup storage
  • Cloning your drives
  • NAS and the personal cloud
  • Cloud storage services
  • Using SSD for speed, upgrading your current computer
  • Where you’re money should go: drive speeds vs. interface types
  • Hard drive health and safety
  • Best configurations for location work
  • And more!

Join us and Peter June 25th, 4pmET for this great first part of our Lightroom series!

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About the host:

One of the world’s foremost authorities on Digital Asset Management, Peter Krogh is a master at Adobe Lightroom. Not only has he worked with the companies that create the digital photography ecosystem, such as Adobe, Microsoft, iView, Phase One, CRU, and O’Reilly Media, but he’s also served on the Board of Directors of ASMP and founded and chairs the Digital Standards and Practices Committee.

 

 

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