23 Mar We are ready to help protect your Photos
I spent more than 20 years in the media working with photographers and saw first hand the chaos caused when images were lost. After I left I decided to see how I could make it easier for people to store their photos privately and not solely reliant on using the software that came with their phone or camera. I also saw the assortment of devices people used to store their photos – CD’s, USB sticks, portable hard drives, even memory cards. I also saw photos being “lost” because there was no system in place to index the photos so as to find them again later – not to mention they weren’t in a central place. I had a similar problem too. There were digital photos dating back to 2000, plus a vast collection of scanned slides and negative of family photos and no real way of ensuring they would stay safe. A system to manage, store and back up all of your photos. And something that was easy to use. So after nearly two years of researching, trialling and testing, I am excited to finally bring you my solution which I call Protect my Photos.
So who are we?
We are a tech company that has a specialised interest in the management, storage and backing up of photos. Why? Because we know you can only take a photo once. If you lose it, it’s gone forever. No second chances.
So how can we help you ensure you minimise the risk of losing those memories? We can do this by creating a system that you can copy your photos to, index them then back them up offsite as well as protect you if a hard drive fails. We’ve done the hard work for you by selecting the right hardware, setting it all up and making sure it’s configured properly. All you need to do is start copying your images onto it for backup.
We have selected several units to cater from the home user to professional photographer. If you aren’t sure what system would suit you, please contact us and we’ll be happy to advise you. Keep up to date by signing up to our newsletter below, we promise we won’t spam you.
I look forward to helping you to protect your photos.
Nick La Galle