How Do You Backup Your Photographs?

We all know we ought to do it. It’s one of those givens–backup or beware!

Knowing the value and importance of something is one thing; it is quite another to actually do it. Backing up files goes right up there with going to the dentist or sitting in traffic. We all have to face these things but they certainly are not fun to do.

So, how do you backup your photos? Do you use an external hard drive? Do you use a Drobo or Raid system? Or do you cross your fingers and just hope for the best?

I’ve been reading and hearing a lot about the Drobo and I think I might give this a try.

But what do you do?

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One Response to How Do You Backup Your Photographs?

  1. Willard says:

    Hi Bob,

    On a humorous but true note, I use a combination of praying, keeping my fingers crossed, and backing up some of my most important work on external hard drives, along with burning digital negatives to DVD, but I get behind on this. There is a lot of room for disaster.

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