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USEFUL TIPS FOR REFRESHING RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES | MAINE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Useful Tips for Refreshing Rechargeable Batteries We use a good number of electronic devices in use in our photography business. Many of these devices rely on rechargeable AA batteries. What follows is a useful tip for refreshing rechargeable batteries.

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CANON 5D MARK IV CAMERA | MAINE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS SHARE THOUGHTS ON THE FIRST DAY OF USE

Canon 5D Mark IV Camera | Maine Wedding Photographers Today’s the day. The day we can share thoughts on the Canon 5D Mark IV camera on the first day of use. It mattered little that over the past week we had

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RENAMING FILES DURING LIGHTROOM IMPORT

Renaming Files During Lightroom Import As Maine wedding photographers, we always opt for renaming files during Lightroom import. For photographers using Adobe Lightroom: There may be many reasons why it’s an advantage for you and your business to not send

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A BETTER HARD DRIVE SOLUTION

A Better Hard Drive Solution | Maine Wedding Photographers For years, storing critical image files in our studio has been assigned to external hard drives. Not that long ago, drives weren’t near the capacity that they are today, and it

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THE BEST RECHARGEABLE AA BATTERIES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

Rechargeable AA Batteries for Photographers What are the best rechargeable AA batteries for photographers? Are you still using alkaline disposable batteries for your flashes and other photo gear? Are you tired of spending all that money to buy those throw-away

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BETTER iPHONE PHOTOS IN 3 EASY STEPS | TECHNICAL TUESDAYS

Better iPhone Photos in 3 Easy Steps It would probably be staggering to know how many millions of photos are taken with smartphones every single day all over the world. Who knows, the number is probably in the billions. The number

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