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Did You Know That November is International ‘Check Your Camera Strap’ Month?
Bringing attention to Impact Damage being the top cause of broken cameras, camera strap makers Cecilia and RucPac aim to help photographers avoid unnecessary mishaps
Adobe Data Breach Exposes Nearly 7.5 Million Creative Cloud Accounts To Public
Adobe may have exposed millions of Creative Cloud user data to the public! According to reports, a database containing sensitive user data was easily accessible to anyone with just a simple web browser!
Synology DS1618+ 6 Bay NAS Review – Professional Grade Backup Solutions Have Never Been This Easy
The DS1618+ from Synology puts a professional grade backup solution in an easy, affordable, and flexible package that both beginners and experts will love.
The Ultimate Data Storage And Backup Strategy For Photographers
Recently, I posted an article detailing an extensive list of online photo storage options to backup & store your photos….
Is This How You Handle Street Photography Confrontation?
Street photography is synonymous with conflict. How do you handle it?
Sony Releases 2 Videos On Their New ‘Starvis’ & ‘Pregius’ Sensors
Sony has released two videos today on their new sensors that manage to accomplish something quite spectacular.
Artisan State User Images Appear Unsecured & Publicly Accessible
If you’ve ever used Artisan State to print photo books, it seems your photos, however intimate, can be seen and had by anyone.
SD Cards Pose Real Security Risks For Photographers
SD and other flash storage are the standard in our industry. Most of us see their use as harmless and relatively safe. A group of hackers recently pointed out in great detail why we shouldn’t be so comfortable. A computer scientist for the military weighed in and agreed.