Rechargeable Batteries – what a big difference!


I have been traveling for the past month and I have been taking lots of pictures…of course. It is amazing what a difference great rechargeable batteries make. I have written in the past about improving your battery life and I have mentioned the batteries made by GE/Sanyo.

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Now I have really put them to the test and they perform excellently. I can fill more than 2Gb of pictures on my Canon A710 Is camera on one battery charge. And I’m using the flash and the camera screen as I wish, without restriction.As I was traveling to some tourist spots I kept hearing people saying: “my batteries are dying…again!”. I know that sentence very well but this time I had nothing to worry about. I had another set of batteries with me already charged and the set I was using would not die.

I got so excited about great rechargeable batteries that I have started using them in remote controls, wall clocks…pretty much anywhere I was using regular batteries before. The only problem is that I have already bought a large supply of regular alkaline batteries. What do I do with them now?

Essentials for organizing your digital photos

Over the years I have come to rely on only a few products for managing and backing up my large media collection. These are my essential products and services I have been using for many years to keep things organized and safe. Even though these are affiliate links, I wholeheartedly recommend them.

I recommend using Adobe Lightroom Classic CC via the annual Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. Lightroom has excellent photo editing capabilities. Yes, Lightroom has a steeper learning curve as you have to learn to keep your catalogs in sync with your hard drive. However, Adobe Lightroom makes most sense especially when you do lots of image editing.

Excellent Lightroom and Picasa alternative. If you're looking for a cheaper and simpler photo manager then ACDSee Photo Studio for Mac or ACDSee Pro for Windows is my preferred solution for organizing your media on your computer. It has a very fast browser, beautiful image editing capabilities and you don't work with catalogs at all.

In addition, make sure you have an inexpensive and reliable external hard drive for backing everything up. It is absolutely essential for backing up your media regularly.

If you're looking for a reliable unlimited cloud backup service, I recommend Backblaze Cloud Backup. I have used Backblaze for my online backup for more than 3 years now. All my files are safe and secure and I have never had any problems with them.

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