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PaperCrowns

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  • Main editing computer
    PC laptop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    Spyder
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 6D, Canon 50mm 1.4, Canon 70-200mm F4

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  1. My kids need a new computer for school. https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-IPS-Type-i7-11800H-Processor-TUF506HE-DS74/dp/B096V8PRVD/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=Asus+Computer+i7&qid=1627678354&sr=8-5
  2. Sorry, no I wasn’t going to buy refurbished, just that brand and tower type that interested me, sorry for being vague. I’m going with the other you recommended in the first link. The other information is really interesting and informative. I’ll buy the cheap one for now (6T), and save up for the expensive one. I really need two anyway, one on site and one off site. Thank you for taking the time and explaining. Bullet proof sounds awesome!
  3. I found this one? WD My Book Thunderbolt Duo 8TB External Dual Hard Drive Storage with RAID includes Thunderbolt cable WDBUSK0080JSL-NESN , any good?
  4. Computer specs, I have space on computer but don't want to clog it up. This is the only pc I have (thank to you), and it's what I edit on.
  5. Back up for raw, jpeg and video. 4T would be the minimum.
  6. Brian, mine started smoking also.I’d like to spend $300 or less. I’m not doing professional anymore at this time. It’s for all personal images. I lost images on an external hard drive sometime a year ago, so I bought a large (sea gate), it was huge, so it could backup everything. It started smoking called the company who retrieved several images. Now I need something that won’t fail. I plan on keeping them with me. I’m a little more than elementary on tech.
  7. Cost effective, "safe" backup. I don't want to pay monthly for a backup. I recently "within the last year" had external hard drive failures. I had an expensive seagate, large external that failed and it was only a year old. Thank you
  8. You’re killing me smalls! I seriously have no idea where to start. Any direction would be appreciated.
  9. Okay, where do I go from here.
  10. Taken with 50mm lens, iso, 100. I'm not sure this will work, but setting flat failed.
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