TWiP Weddings 012: Post-Wedding Workflow

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Once a wedding has been photographed, the work has just begun. On this episode of TWiP Weddings, we share our tips and strategies for the post-wedding workflow. From downloading and safely backing up our client’s images, to culling, editing, and delivering images to the client, you’ll learn how each of us tackle the tasks that await us after the shooting portion of the job is done.

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  1. Great discussion. Another version of the 3-2-1 backup strategy is three copies, two **types of media**, and one off-site. Camera card, USB drive, thunderbolt drive, cloud, (zip drive, floppy disk, …) This covers media failure, technology changes (try recovering data from a iomega zip disk), and location incidents (Fire/flood/earthquake).

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