Best Cloud Storage for Photos! The TRUTH about Adobe CC for photographers 12 months ago   12:54

Mike Blais
First Video! A big question I hear a lot in my day job is "How can I get my photos from point a to point b?" This video is here to help show you some of the best ways to store your photos in the cloud.

Leave ideas for new videos, or general tips, in the comments below!

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Charles H
Thumbs up!
Craig Morrison
Good video...very helpful.
Jill Mitchell
Surprised to hear it's your first video! You were excellent. So well spoken, great pace and way of communicating. I hope you're doing more. Thanks for the info. Very helpful!
Big Dd
very good video by the way , have 3 different clouds due to space but would like to cut it down to 1 .
Big Dd
is Google photos safe ?
isrrael kumiko
Awesome and highly useful. Keep it up thank you
Mala Kostbar
Very useful. Thank you.
Michael Vila
Great video Mike! Been doing my own research and you were right on the money with all your points. Really helped me decide which service to use. Thanks for taking the time.
Meaghan Gregor
Thank you!  Exactly what I needed!  When did Yahoo become not cool?!  Tell me I haven't entered aol status!
Beyonce Stan
Very informative video, thank you so much for this video. This helped me in so many ways.
Comfy Womfy
Onedrive is going to 5gb early next year I believe.
Riven Lee
Top 1: Dropbox
Dropbox is one of the only services to offer clients for Linux and Blackberry, alongside the usual Windows, Mac OS X, Android and iOS standards. There’s an official Windows Phone app too. The free Basic account comes with a paltry 2GB of storage. You can still upgrade to the 1TB plan for £7.99 per month if you think 2GB is not big enough for you, but Dropbox offers 500MB of additional free storage for each friend you get to sign up to the service – with a limit of 16GB. Read :
well done!
Thanks. Good vid. I first clicked on the thumbs down...then the more I listened, the more I liked it, so I switched to thumbs up. One or two things I wanted to know but ween't covered: Which of these can handle proprietary formats for pictures, like .nef or adobe's own raw formatted pictures? And which can be used to backup lightroom cataloges? Overall - good video.
Iván Monjardin
I would like a video of which is the best music app. As most have a subscription service I would like to know which one do you prefer
Excellent and informative, thanks.  Keep it up.
Keep up the good work!  Great video!
Iván Monjardin
The quality of this video is really impressive, especially for being your first video. Really looking forward for more of your videos.
4U 2NV
Very informative video. I have used them all and I agree with you. Onedrive and google photos are the best cross platform storage services. Got yourself a subscriber. Looking forward to more videos.
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The TRUTH about Adobe CC for photographers Best Cloud Storage for Photos! 12 months ago   16:03

I run through some basic Lightroom tips and answers one of the most common questions: Which is best for my photography, Lightroom or Photoshop?

I explain some of the facts and myths about Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers.

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