Dropbox appeared on my photographer's radar when I received 50GBs of free storage as part of a deal with Samsung cameras. That gave me enough working room to experiment with the service as it evolved, adding photographer-friendly features such as Carousel. Today I use Dropbox daily and subscribe to the 1TB plan.
Then, in the Spring, I started working on Dropbox for Photographers for lynda.com. This was one of the most enjoyable software titles I've worked on. I finally had a chance to show how this cloud service integrates smoothly with desktop computers and mobile devices... and that means practically any operating system on the planet.
That's one of the many things I love about Dropbox - it allows me to use any device I want to manage just about any type of file I have. If this sounds appealing to you, take a look at the intro video to the title where I provide an overview of the topics I cover.
There are so many well thought out features with Dropbox. Let me show you what I've learned over the years, and from a photographer's point of view. It's really impressive.
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