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Hi Guys this is my first thread so I would like to say hi to all:)
I was chasing some advice if anyone can help. How do a lot of you guys get your images to news editors when in remote areas .At the moment I process on location and email at the biggest town I can find or send DVD’s when I get home .Is there a better way???
Kindest regards,
Dean

by Dean Saffron at 2007-04-19 07:10:32 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) gold coast , Australia | Bookmark | | Report spam→

01 Jan 2002 00:01
If you can get to a computer with internet, there’s a great website called Yousendit. You can send up to 100mb files at a time for free. Hope that helps. Simon.

by Simon Roberts | 19 Apr 2007 07:04 | Brighton, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
There is also this one. http://www.mailbigfile.com/

I recently used it to send 70 MB TIFFS to the US with no problems. It takes about 10 mins on a 2 MB BB connection.

Mark

by [former member] | 19 Apr 2007 11:04 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Do you usually send the RAW files, Tiffs, or maximum quality JPG files?

by Brian C Frank | 19 Apr 2007 13:04 | Des Moines, IA, United States | | Report spam→
My clients always want hightest jpegs, derived from raw where possible.

by Paul Treacy | 19 Apr 2007 13:04 | Manhattan, United States | | Report spam→
I see you have a website so you can also upload your images to your web server and simply email the link to your clients. They click on the link, open the image in a browser and then ‘save as’.
You can also try doing the same with a .zip folder of images. I’ve just sent 168 high res images to the US this way. The only limitation I had was the space available on my server which forced me to deliver in two separate batches.

by DPC | 19 Apr 2007 15:04 | Paris, France | | Report spam→
There are a number of ways to handle this. I don’t mail disc’s except for rare situations. 99.8% of my work is transmitted.

First I’d suggest that you get a cell phone or “air card” that enables you to transmit from your cell phone system. That way you can send files anywhere you have cell reception. This alone has made some jobs possible. Next I’d get a Photoshelter account so that you can set up galleries for your clients with direct download ability from the light box that they get. This saves my butt with clients who are out of the country and I’m on deadline. I did a shoot for a British mag on deadline and transmitted from my cell phone to their Photoshelter gallery while sitting in the airport terminal waiting for my red-eye flight back from locale. Love it!

by Jonathan Castner | 19 Apr 2007 15:04 | Denver, United States | | Report spam→

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Dean Saffron, Photographer Dean Saffron
Photographer
Gold Coast , Australia
Simon Roberts, Photographer Simon Roberts
Photographer
Brighton , United Kingdom
Brian C Frank, Photographer Brian C Frank
Photographer
Des Moines, Iowa , United States
Paul  Treacy, Photographer Paul Treacy
Photographer
(Photohumourist)
London , United Kingdom ( LGW )
DPC, Photographer DPC
Photographer
Paris , France
Jonathan Castner, Photojournalist Jonathan Castner
Photojournalist
Denver , United States


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