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  1. Didn't think it would happen so soon when I said this yesterday!
  2. This is how I see the interview for "Head of Pricing & Licensing" going. "How do you plan to make us more money?" "You're paying your contributors too much. Stop paying them so much." "BAM! You're hired!"
  3. Most youtubers, especially popular ones, who give photography tips don't know how to take photos.
  4. Yeah, we have the same fears as well. Even with the lockdown, our medical infrastructure is unable to handle the crisis. Now, our airports and industries are opening up and the cases are sure to rise. With the monsoon in June, new diseases would arrive. It's a scary situation.
  5. As the world opens up, the situation in my city is only getting worse every day... https://www.hindustantimes.com/mumbai-news/covid-surge-pushes-mumbai-to-the-brink/story-qp2BGV2eRIaq09N5jqfOrO.html
  6. It takes a while but like I said, I make sure I upload only images that I want to keep. So usually I leave the upload on for a night and they get done. I also shoot only images, so files are smaller. I find online back up a lot more reliable than a hard disk, having lost many of my images twice on external hard drives before. I also don't make enough money from this to invest in some of the fancier storage options being talked about. If I was doing video, online back up would be very cumbersome.
  7. Cloud storage, mostly OneDrive. I also save space by meticulously editing the images (usually two to three 64 gb cards full a day) down to just 10 to 20 percent of the images I shoot. Sometimes I regret deleting some of the images when I think about them but I find it better and more efficient than spending money on external drives all the time.
  8. Can you please post a watermarked version? You just need to copy the link image and paste it here.
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