There are many way to backup /copy images from your digital camera. I will describe 3 possible methods. Later in this tutorial I will give instructions on backing up photos using a card reader.
Many people take photos on their camera and don't print them off or back them up to their computer. This is a terrible waste and they could potentially loose all their pictures.
There are a few principals I like to work on.
I have spent the last few months completely rebuilding the Photography on Wheels website. The aim was to move all my photographic work from this site into the Photography on Wheels website and re-instate the galleries from the old zenPhoto site.
For now I've made the site work using a theme based on the old Photography on Wheels website. I will change the theme once the designs for this website are complete.
The Photography on Wheels limited edition 2012 calendar for now on sale. There are only 30 individually numbered and signed high quality A3 calendars available with all the photographs taken by Andy Stiller. For a sample of the pictures please look at the 2013 calendar gallery.
The calendars can only be purchased directly from me so please contact me to order yours now.
The Photography on Wheels limited edition 2012 calendar for now on sale. There are only 50 individually numbered and signed high quality A3 calendars available with all the photographs taken by Andy Stiller.
The calendar can be purchased directly from me or from Brighton Watersports (on Brighton Seafront). For a sample of the pictures please look at the 2012 calendar gallery.
To buy a calendar directly please contact me.
I've just finished a long exhausting, but fun weekend taking pictures at Paddle Round the Pier 2011 in Brighton. I was taking pictures for Kamikaze Boarding and for my own website. I'm just sorting through the pictures and hope that the photos will be uploaded to my Photography on wheels website, Facebook and Flickr later in the week.
I have spent the last few weeks completely rebuilding my photography website called Photography on Wheels . The aim was to make it a smarter more interactive website that better show my photographic work. I am pleased to announce that earlier this week I finally got the new website live and working with a range of web browsers and screen sizes.