May 2, 2019
How do you recover lost images?
Have you ever lost images kept on a hard disk? I guess I am not the only one that would reluctantly answer that question with a "yes". Were they maybe even on a redundant disk array, a "RAID" system for extra safety? Member Geoff Baylis (GBaylis) experienced that dreadful moment when he lost all of his images, several TB of data due to a Windows 10 glitch prior Christmas 2018.
Read how he kept a cool head and managed to restore the images, which tools came in handy and how to prevent this from happening to you in the first place. See his article
I am wishing you some great captures and a data-loss-free upcoming weekend,
From the portfolios
Orchid Study 3.1 by Jim Donelson (jcdonelson). See his complete portfolio
Improving your photography
Getting better group photographs: Pro photographers Frank Villafañe (frankmv) & Rose Rios tell you what works and what not in this premium article using five easy-to-remember "rules" with examples. See their article
Interested in digital art? Preston Moochnek (massulo) shares some good thoughts on the topic in his new article
Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2) has interviewed another of our members in the I Am Nikonians article series. This time Gary Paige (JazzDoc) is in the limelight. Gary is a recent winner in the Annual Best of Nikonians photo contest. Read the interview
Talking about contests... We are calling all Nikonians who shoot with non-Nikon cameras.
The first of two non-Nikon camera contests is now open for entries. It is open until May 31, 2019 and the theme is simple: People & Culture.
So, get out there with your non-Nikon cameras, have some fun, and enter for your chance to win. Five images from this contest will be advanced to the finals of the Annual Best of Nikonians 2019 contest. It is open to all Silver, Gold and Platinum members.
More info on how to enter.
Posted by bgs at May 2, 2019 8:39 AM
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