Tips To Protect Your Photos For A Very Long Time To Come

If you want to keep your photos for a very long time to come, you definitely need to take measures in protecting your precious photos.  Something as hard drive failure to accidental deletion can definitely erase the awesome picture moments that you had captured.  Of course, you don’t really have to be a fanatic with photography for you to take extreme measures to protect your photos, because protecting photos isn’t that hard as long you are willing to take some steps in giving you the chance to recover the lost photos.  Within the video right after the break, I give some tips that might be helpful to you in regarding to protecting your photos for a very long time to come.  Please enjoy it!

Lightroom 4 Photo Fun – Flocks Of Clouds In A Foggy Night (amateurish, low-light, time-lapse photography attempt)

I guess whenever you do something new, you experience something new, obviously.  Actually, you learn something new, either through the hard way or you’ve been guided before.  For me, I didn’t know that my lens could get fogged up in the cold night, because I didn’t know about keeping the lens as nearly cold as the colder outside temperature.  Then there was the carelessness of me, I thought it was impossible to get lens glare in the night photography, but I was wrong.  You know the kind of glare that you would get from the bright sun if you have your lens points toward the bright sun?  Anyhow, I guess when everything around you was very dark and the brightest light source was the night streetlamp, this sort of situation actually could give your lens the similar sun glares.  Anyhow, I guess I would try to capture better clouds in the night the next time through time-lapse photography.  This time around, just enjoy my amateurish attempt on low-light time lapse photography, OK?  It was my second attempt on doing time-lapse photography ever!

Lightroom 4 Photo Fun – Marietta Square Park (Timelapse Photography)

My first time trying out timelapse photography, and so it’s not exactly a polished work or anything like that. Nonetheless, I have to say it was definitely fun to do this. Oh, I think I will choose something more interesting and moving much slower next time when going about doing a timelapse photography. Anyhow, enjoy!!!

Lightroom 4 Photo Fun – My Sister Posing For Some Facebook Profile Photos

My Sister Posing For Some Facebook Profile Photos

My Sister Posing For Some Facebook Profile Photos

My sister wanted some new photos for her Facebook profile.  We tried to use her point and shoot camera, but them photos turned out to be rather bad and dark.  Luckily I got my Nikon D3200 DSLR, and so her photos turned out to be stellar.  Unfortunately, I don’t own a flash yet, therefore I could only rely on the ambient light when taking her pictures.  Luckily I got Lightroom 4, and so I was able to manipulate the light within Lightroom 4 to my desire.  Anyhow, check her photos out if you want.  Enjoy!!!  You can also visit EndlessBit.com to enjoy all the photos that I took in the past!

Lightroom 4 Photo Fun – Winter Night In Summer Heat Under Christmas Spirit (December 9, 2012)

Winter Night In Summer Heat Under Christmas Spirit (December 9, 2012) Sneak Peek Photo

Winter Night In Summer Heat Under Christmas Spirit (December 9, 2012) Sneak Peek Photo

I just link EndlessBit to new set of photos on Flickr which I took on December 9, 2012.  It was a warm night for a winter.  Without a coat and just a regular shirt, I ventured in the night from 1:00 AM to 3:00 AM for a low light photography session.  The end result was some nice night photos.  Check ’em photos out by clicking on the sneak peek photo within this blog post or on this link.  You can also just watch the slideshow right after the break.  Enjoy!!!

Lightroom 4 Photo Fun – Another Round Of I See I Take Them Photos (December 1st, 2012)

Another Round Of I See I Take Them Photos (December 1st, 2012)

Another Round Of I See I Take Them Photos (December 1st, 2012)

On December 1st of 2012, I was out and about.  Trying to get lost intentionally!  I stumbled onto a building which built with Chinese architecture taste, and so I had no idea what it was for.  I asked a Chinese friend to take a look at the photo I had captured of this very building, and he told me it is for a buddhist temple.  Anyhow, as the day went on, I got lost some more and took more pictures.  At the end of the day, exhausted but happy as I knew I had some nice photos.  Enjoy them photos by clicking on the sneak peak photo within this blog post or just watch the slideshow.