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About This Course

MEMORY & STORAGE: ACCESSORIES BASICS introduces students to the world of memory cards. Memory cards might seem insignificant, but they are the digital keepers of our moments, and understanding their types and features is crucial. The instructor, RC, initiates this learning curve by demystifying the variety of memory cards used in photography. He discusses the different kinds, their capacity, speed, and overall functionality. The wisdom of an experienced professional like RC helps students make informed decisions when choosing the right memory card for their cameras, a key step to becoming adept in digital photography.

Once the students have a firm understanding of memory cards, the course moves to the next phase: transferring photos from the card to the computer. This is where you'll delve deeper into the digital workflow. where RC demonstrates the use of a card reader, a device often overlooked for its simplicity, but crucial in safely and swiftly transporting photos to the computer. It's like the bridge connecting your camera and your computer, helping you move your captured moments safely and efficiently.

With the photos now on the computer, the course tackles the topic of storage. First, you'll explore the world of portable hard drives. These small yet powerful devices offer flexibility and mobility, allowing photographers to carry large amounts of data wherever they go. Then he discusses the various makes and models, their advantages and disadvantages, and how to choose the best fit for your photography needs. We believe that knowing how to manage your data on-the-go is an invaluable skill for every modern photographer.

Next, you explore more durable, high-capacity external drives, designed for long-term data storage. These devices are built to last and protect your data, making them an excellent choice for photographers looking to archive their work for extended periods. This detailed discussion on these drives' functionality, longevity, and reliability will help you decide when and why to use them.

Finally, you navigate the complex world of Network-Attached Storage (NAS), an advanced storage system used by professionals. A NAS system is like a private cloud in your home or office, giving you access to your files from any device connected to the network. Although it might seem daunting, RC simplifys it for you, guiding you through the basics of setting up a NAS system, its advantages, and its role in a photographer's digital arsenal.

In a world where photography and technology are increasingly intertwined, mastering digital storage is as important as mastering the camera. At PhotoMaster, our mission is to ensure that your learning journey is as comprehensive, enjoyable, and rewarding as possible.

Acquired Knowledge

In this class he provides an overview of different types of memory cards, options to improve the transfer of data from your cards to your computer, and various types of portable and long term storage solutions.


RC Concepcion
RC is an award winning photographer and author of the best selling books Get Your Photography On the Web and The HDR Book. An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has over 20 years in the I.T. and e-commerce industries and spends his days developing content for all applications in the Adobe Creative Suite.


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