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September 3, 2016 AT 3:00 am

How to Back Up Smart Phone Photos with Dropbox #celebratephotography

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Super helpful tip from DIY Photography:

Android has its Google Drive and iPhone has its camera roll on the iCloud (or stream or however they are calling it now) and you can sync both into your apple/google account. I am using neither. Here is how I keep my photos backed up, seconds after I take them.

I am an avid Dropbox user and I am using one great feature called Camera Upload.

Dropbox has a not so hidden*** feature that will let you have dropbox upload anything you shoot (photo or video) to a Camera Uploads dropbox folder. This means that if the phone dies, you still have the photos on dropbox. It also means that if the police for example takes your phone, the photos are safe somewhere on the cloud.****

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