Government adopts “friendless, unnecessary, poorly explained and fraught with risk” new copyright legislation, against united opposition from the photographic sector.
Cloud Based Storage & Galleries: We discussed keeping backups vis the Cloud, several PI members have opted for large local drives as a simpler system with the advantage of being under your own control. Looking for an Assistant: A topic that comes up regularly, again, PI members helped each other out with reliable recommendations. Mavericks […]
A really quiet week on the Pro-Imaging email list, with only 29 messages flying between members. This is possibly due to the start of the Northern Hemisphere’s summer, with many members setting off for their holidays. Of course it may be that none of the members are having any problems at the moment! On the […]
Another week during which we covering a range of topics as diverse as ever, all related to the business of photography in one way or another. Updating ERRB info – information required Death of Stock Photography brought about by the pile-it-high-sell-it-cheap merchants. Manchester collections anyone. A good result. Waterproof Posters, – Advice sought and given […]
A very quiet summer holiday week for PI posts, please see below what’s been sent this week: Well done John… congratulations to John Walmsley on his copyright sagas which continue to inspire many photographers to take much needed action! Moral rights… lots of discussion and posts on this one. We lose our rights by ignoring […]
Review of weekly list postings: Trading limited image use for a link to a website. Members gave their thoughts. An in-depth discussion on the use of camera drones. Several members are using these so the discussion was very interesting. More about 4TB drives in old 2TB housings. Monitor calibration was discussed and suggestions made. With […]