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Re: Photography Thread.

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As mentioned for photgraphers the only route seems to root. And getting a android app for it.


As to folder structure that is where a system of organization ahead of time comes in handy. Whether your image program has organization or not. It is important to think out a structure ahead of time. And stick to it as images can become quite cumbersome to work with.


I have Lightroom 3 and on import from my Nikon D90 set to copy into Year>Month>Day folders that it creates on import with significant tagging to find images quickly to export to computer and create the designated folders to put them in before moving to the Nook Color. Also naming images after exporting ones to jpgs with significant titles helps with order of displaying.


I was waiting for autonooter for v1.2 but just may have to manul noot to get back what I had. There are many photographer centric apps in android I wish to have installed to make in easier to use it on shoots,location and for client previewing.



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