How To Back Up Your Images Like A Boss

  1. Morgan says:

    I just invested in CrashPlan! It took a while to get everything uploaded but you are so right…having an auto back up to a cloud solution has seriously allowed me to sleep better at night ha! Great post 🙂

  2. Misty says:

    This is fantastic! I’m not a photographer, but I just got my first external harddrive and the need to back things up outside of your computer is SO important!

  3. Heidi Roland says:

    Great advice! Thank you!

  4. Jontell says:

    This was super helpful! I’ve been looking for a good cloud backup option!

  5. Jessica says:

    All such great ideas, thank you Dawn!

  6. Marissa Mayberry says:

    Such good information! I am only using 2 back up systems and need to back those up. ah! Gotta do this SOON!

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