Time to be with your loved ones

Time to be with loved ones

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bio website geekphotographer.com
location Dublin, Ireland
age 31
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen Apr 7 at 7:27

Mar
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awarded  Good Question
Jul
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comment DSLR Workflow with ultrabooks
512Gb may be overkill... i do, however, have a couple 64Gb SSDs floating round and could get larger also... i like this idea, since its less moving parts... fully solid state could be what i need alright!
Jul
18
comment DSLR Workflow with ultrabooks
looking at the example in the video above, it seems that you do import them into your main catalog, but instead of copying the files to the local drive, you put them on an external drive. then you can unplug the external drive and go on your merry way...
Jul
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accepted DSLR Workflow with ultrabooks
Jul
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comment DSLR Workflow with ultrabooks
So, with the comment from Janoszen about Lightroom 5 having Smart Previews, this sound perfect for what i want! I plug in my external USB drive, import the photos into Lightroom using the external drive as the location and local for the Lightroom folder and then use smart previews... Once finished, i can kill the previews to save space... very cool stuff! Happy days!
Jul
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comment DSLR Workflow with ultrabooks
Just watched that video and yup, that sounds perfect! Have to try this out! :)
Jul
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asked DSLR Workflow with ultrabooks
May
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awarded  Commentator
May
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comment Is version control software used for photos?
thanks for the links. have to look into that now.
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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comment Best way to Re-Organize my photos in Lightroom
Cool. that should do what i need it to do...
Mar
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accepted Best way to Re-Organize my photos in Lightroom
Mar
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asked Best way to Re-Organize my photos in Lightroom
Mar
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comment Where, oh where, are the GPS Point-and-shoot cameras?
I think the best way of using GPS or location on a camera would be the way the iPhone or other Smart phones work: look at the wifi hotspots around, or use cell sites... Wifi would work in the city, but in areas where there are no wifi hotspots, looking for cell sites might work also... write it as a meta data file that can be processed by the import software which can convert to GPS data... or just connect your phone to your camera?
Mar
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comment Camera that transfers photos via Bluetooth
I have the ST1000, and from what i can gather, the CL65 is the same camera, just in US form... It is a manual task to send photos via either Wifi or Bluetooth on the Samsung... I have found it can be quicker to just plug in the device... Especially given that bluetooth has limited speed...
Mar
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answered Where, oh where, are the GPS Point-and-shoot cameras?
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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answered If I transfer files from a CF card to an iPad2, will I lose metadata?
Feb
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comment Is version control software used for photos?
thats cool. Currently importing about 200Gb of photos now into a single Lightroom catalog, and will start playing with this idea... hopefully it will do what i need it to do! Thanks for the tip!
Feb
16
comment Is version control software used for photos?
Cool. So, your SVN server only holds the catalog, and your file server holds the real images... and the catalog points to the files on the server? correct? Might try this out.