I actually read this on Fstoppers and damn it works. Thus I decided to share it. I have made a few annotations which I employ.
I take a portable hard drive, WD passport(1T), and a card reader. Both are virtually no weight and small. I go to the business center of the hotel and use their computer. The computer will either have a SD Card slot or not. If it does you don’t need your card reader. If it doesn’t here’s where the card reader comes in. The computer will most likely have an USB port. The card reader has an USB port. Plug it in and also plug in via the HD to the other USB port. Download your photos to the HD. You’re done, no internet or your own computer required. This can also be done at an internet cafe. To be sure get yourself an USB hub just in case the hotel or internet cafe’s computer only has one USB port. his works.
The future of Post Production in photography. I watched this episode of the Grid and found it very informative. Even though they did stray away from the topic the discussion is noteworthy.
Photo editing software, as you know is a very important feature to photography. This includes those of us that are just snapshot shooters as well as those of us who are taking photographs. There are a lot of choices out there. However, there are really just a few good ones. What I mean is that a lot of folks have put together photo-editing software to get your money. But there are a few that really know what they are doing and help and support you. I like Lightroom, I like Elements and I like Aperture 3. These companies appear to go all out to give us the best possible features. And, they invest a lot in algorithm writers. You may disagree with my choices but you have to admit they are great choices. I have attached a link to a rather thorough review on photo editing software.