Backup therapy for paranoid photographers ...

TIM GREY, RED RIVER PAPER BLOG:

"To me a big part of why I capture photographic images in the first place is to preserve memories that are important to me. By definition, if I intentionally pressed the shutter release button on the camera then the photo I captured is important to me in some way. Therefore, I want to make sure that my photos are stored in a way that minimizes the risk of loss. Hard drives fail—all too often—and I want to ensure that a hard drive failure or other problem that leads to a loss of data is not a particularly stressful experience. To that end, presented in this two-part series are nine habits I consider to be an important part of a strategy for backing up your photos."

Read part one, here.

Continue reading with part two, here.