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Save your Memories with Top 7 Digital Photography Tips

Date Added: February 04, 2010 12:24:44 PM
Author: allen sood
Category: Education: Photography Software
A large number of digital photographers are classified under beginners' category. The most important thing that this category users� must learn is how to prevent their data from disasters, apart from knowing about various tricks of getting fine photography results. With digital photography and the associated storage, the photos you capture are stored onto a limited space of memory card or camera's internal memory. The digital technology allows you to view, monitor, download, and even delete these digital files. But what about the quality of storage and taking a backup? Here are some similar valuable tips that if implemented successfully can set against losing your memories. 1.Do not pull off your memory card unexpectedly as this may corrupt your card. If you eject the digital memory card while a read or write operation is in queue, it can result in an unusable card at next attempt of use. 2.Do not expose your digital camera to extreme temperatures or high magnetic fields. Most of the digital cameras are rated with a specific operational temperature range (generally,� 0� C to 60� C) and storage temperature range (-20� C to 85� C). The extreme conditions can scramble your data and cause data loss. 3.Be cautious when using camera's 'Delete' option. An accidental use can result into deletion of important pictures, audios or videos. Almost all digital cameras prompt for confirmation to delete the file finally. 4.Always backup your important digital data on an external storage media, a hard drive or another memory card. Taking regular data backup is like a golden rule in the world of data loss and recovery. 5.Understand the functions of your digital camera as this can go a long way towards saving your digital memories. Carefully read about all format and initialize functions of your camera. Also, take care of complex single file and entire card deletion options. 6.Stop using the digital camera and/or memory card once you realize digital data loss. Do not format, initialize or store more data on the storage to prevent further data overwriting. The overwritten data has no chances to get recovered. 7.Use an effective and trusted� image recovery software after any photo data loss event. This can occur due to accidental deletion, storage media reformatting, file system corruption and the like cases. Though there are various digital data recovery applications available in market that claim to recover lost photos, audios, and videos, but you need to check the performance and validity of the software before coming to any conclusion.
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