Speaking of Photography

So as I sat here this morning posting for the first time in many months, I mentioned I had been out galavanting around the country practicing my photography skills at various in season baseball games, then at various post season tournaments like the SEC Baseball Tournament, an NCAA Regional Tournament, then the first four days of the NCAA College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, I realized I should probably take a moment to share or remind all you photographers out there about some of the tools I use, and that you might find helpful as well.

Photography is not just limited anymore to those who happen to have a high end DSLR camera.  Most recent cell phones, Continue reading


How to Use Google Photos as the Perfect Vacation Companion

The summer is just about over, and school is about to start, if it hasn’t already.  End of summer vacations generate lots of photos to share with family and friends, AND the school year generates lots of photo memories of different things.  Of all the photo sharing sites I have tried, Google Photos is Continue reading

World Backup Day — March 31st

Today is March 31.  Normally not a big day.  However, little did I know that today World Backup Day.  And no, I am not referring to getting ins your car and backing it up.  Computer data.  Being an amateur photographer, I have many thousands of pictures from years past.  The worst feeling is when someone ask for a once in a lifetime photo and you go to your laptop only to find it has crashed.

There are several ways to consider backing up Continue reading