In this series of articles I’m going to be looking at what a good IT infrastructure for an advanced amateur photographer, or a single professional photographer, working from home could be. The basis for this is that one is willing to invest the time and money needed to learn all that is necessary to mater the IT craft.
I’m not going to tell you what to buy or what exactly is the current best buy. I’m going to try to explain what you should be looking for to decide what is the best trade off for you situation and economy. This way you stand to gain some knowledge that can serve you in many circumstances also in the future.
PC, Mac or Linux
The most basic choice is to choose what kind of computer and operating system you want to use, the article Your Workstation will go through the options and what configurations (CPU, RAM, disk) to consider when choosing a computer for image processing.
This is the complete list of article on IT for photographers. Can be read individually, but probably makes most sense to read in order if you are going to read them all.
In this series of articles I’m going to be looking at what a good IT infrastructure for an advanced amateur photographer, or a single professional photograph...
Lets have a look at the main computer that will be used to edit images.
How to reliably stor all you images, videos and all other data.
Whetever you know it or not: you need a solid backup strategy for all your data.
This is a new special topic within my articles to give some useful tips to photographers on how to set up your IT infrastructure to support your digital work...
Lets have a look at why security is a must to address for anybody having a computer today.
Digital Asset Management (DAM)
Digital workflow and what software to use to mange your photos.