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COPYRIGHTS AND PHOTO CREDITS | MAINE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Copyrights and Photo Credits | Maine Wedding Photographers To anyone who’s not a photographer, the terms copyrights and photo credits, and commercial use of images sounds daunting. In the wedding world, there are often dozens of vendors working together to

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LOUPEDECK PLUS RAISES THE BAR ON LIGHTROOM WORKFLOW | TECH TUESDAY

Loupedeck Plus Raises the Bar on Lightroom Workflow | Tech Tuesday When there’s a catalog of 3,000 photographs to be processed, being able to say something like “Loupedeck Plus raises the bar on Lightroom workflow” can be a game-changer. Even

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SD/CF MEMORY CARD RATINGS AND SYMBOLS DEMYSTIFIED | TECH TUESDAY

SD/CF Memory Card Ratings and Symbols Demystified | Tech Tuesday SD and CF memory card ratings and symbols demystified?! That looks and sounds complicated! But wait. Let’s take a look at what markings on my memory card are all about. It’s

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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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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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