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How to Back Up Your Photos: My Podcast Interview with Andrew Hellmich

PhotoBizX 471 interview with Andrew Darlow

I was honored to recently be interviewed by Andrew Hellmich, who has an absolutely fantastic podcast called the PhotoBizX Podcast that focuses on the business side of photography. We covered many backup-related topics on the show.

I really enjoyed chatting with Andrew, and we’ve already received some great feedback about the interview. Here’s what one listener had to say: “Fantastic interview – right up my alley! Loads of great information that I found easy to follow…Also had no idea you could download your social media content! WOW – super good tip and great for ideas for blog posts!” -Katrina J.

The vast majority of my interview is available for all to listen, but one section has been reserved only for Premium Members of PhotoBizX (well worth the small investment in my opinion).

The two main topics that I covered that are not in the interview linked above are on the topics of online backups and social media backups.

If you’d like information on those topics, I wrote an article on online backups which you can find HERE. And re: social media content, all the major social media channels have ways for you to export all of the information you’ve uploaded to them. Just search for “Download <social media name> archive”.

I hope you find the podcast helpful if you take a listen!

A link to the audio podcast and show notes can be found HERE.

Also, THIS PAGE has information about becoming a member (I’m an affiliate for his program so if you decide to subscribe you will be supporting my publishing efforts). In the past I’ve been a paying member, and I got a lot of value from it. For the last few years, I have not been doing much portrait work, so I stopped subscribing. But I still enjoy the content that’s available to everyone.

And I encourage you to Keep Backing Up Your Data (you are backing up, I hope!)

Get Access to My 30 Days of Photo-Related Tips: Instructions Here!

Fireworks Highland Park, NJ

Highland Park Fireworks, Highland Park, NJ, July 3, 2019 © Andrew Darlow

Since the beginning of July, 2021 I’ve been sharing photo-related tips, tech reviews, useful apps, and inspiring video content that I’ve found with my main email list. Here are some of the subject lines from the collection (some have been edited a bit for clarity).

1: Some of my Favorite Fireworks Photography Tips (the photo above is from that one)
2: iOS and Android Photo Tips that Blew My Mind
3: A Fantastic Series That Has Inspired My Photography
4: This Video Speed Controller for Chrome Can Save Hours

5: A Simple List App I Never Knew I Needed
6: Another Outstanding List App
7: Fantastic 20 to 25 Dollar Wireless Items Perfect for Photography
8: Another Useful App That I Use Constantly
9: A Highly Recommended Photo-Related Podcast and Short Video
10: A Collection of Fantastic Historic Street Videos
11: How to Quickly Remove Power Lines in Three Apps
12: An Amazing Power Line and Object Removal App for iOS and Android

I did something very similar back in 2019 and the response was very favorable, so I decided to give it another go. The best part about it is that it helps me to dive into topics that I otherwise may not have spent the time to research to the same degree. If you have a list or social media account, you might want to do the same.

If you’d like to begin getting the tips (there are 18 more to go as of today!), just visit THIS PAGE and enter your name and email (you can unsubscribe at any time, and be sure to check your sp*m or Promotions tab in Gmail in case they go there).

Also, if you’d like to be able to read the previous email newsletters in the series, just reply to the email you receive from me and ask! I will then give you access. Here is that page again to sign up to receive the next 18 tips, plus future news, reviews, tips, and more.

Hope you enjoy the tips!

All the best,
Andrew

Andrew Darlow
Editor, The Imaging Buffet

The Complete Photography Bundle 2019 Overview from 5daydeal.com – Discounted Over 96% – Expires Oct. 8, 2019

For the last seven years, an amazing bundle of software, e-books and video training has been made available for just 5 Days. It’s called The Complete Photography Bundle from 5daydeal.com and this year, it has an estimated value of just under $3000 for just $89 (there are some upgrades with more content that are also available). Last year was the first year I became a partner with the company who puts the bundle together, which means that I receive a commission on sales when I share my referral link to the main page for the bundle.

Complete Photography Bundle 2019

Here’s a quick overview image of the people and companies who are contributing:

The Complete Photography Bundle VII 2019

A $10,000 GIVEAWAY AND A FREE APPLICATION FROM SKYLUM SOFTWARE

Because the bundle is so highly discounted (nearly $3,000 in value for just $89), I believe that if you find just one valuable item from the bundle, it will be worth investing it. Whether or not you decide to purchase the bundle, you can enter a $10,000 giveaway that includes a free copy of a piece of software FOR EVERYONE WHO ENTERS from Skylum Software called AirMagic (here’s a link to a quick overview video tutorial of the application). Just look for the entry form toward the bottom of the 2019 Bundle Page. It looks like this:Entry form for $10,000 giveaway

10% of all the proceeds goes to charities (over $1.5 million has been raised thus far), which you can select. I usually choose to give an equal amount to the charities they have selected. About 100,000 people have purchased the bundles over the last seven years, and I’ve bought at least four of them. In a word, the content is AMAZING! If you’d like to check out what’s inside the bundle (and it’s A LOT), visit THIS PAGE.

P.S.: I HIGHLY recommend purchasing a dedicated external hard drive (or making some space on a drive you own) for all of the files that you will probably be downloading if you purchase the bundle. That way, you can move the content from computer to computer and not worry about filling up your internal hard drive (if space is an issue on your internal hard drive(s)). You may even want to purchase two relatively small hard drives (512GB or 1TB) so that you can use one as a backup. They can be found for $50-75 each online or in camera stores/office supply stores like Staples.

Again HERE IS THE LINK to the The Complete Photography Bundle VII 2019. Please feel free to contact me HERE with any questions you may have.

All the best!

Andrew
Andrew Darlow
Editor, The Imaging Buffet

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