Photography Applications for Cloud Computingby Matthew Bamberg
Pub. Date: 04/16/2012
Publisher: Cengage Learning
The cloud has opened up a world of image collection possibilities for both professional and casual photographers, making it simple and inexpensive to store and work with photographs online. PHOTOGRAPHY APPLICATIONS FOR CLOUD COMPUTING explores the pros and cons of storing, organizing, editing, and sharing images with the cloud so that you can make an informed
The cloud has opened up a world of image collection possibilities for both professional and casual photographers, making it simple and inexpensive to store and work with photographs online. PHOTOGRAPHY APPLICATIONS FOR CLOUD COMPUTING explores the pros and cons of storing, organizing, editing, and sharing images with the cloud so that you can make an informed decision about cloud platforms, costs, access, and security. The book takes you step-by-step through the cloud's hardware and software infrastructure, including its components and cloud terminology, showing you how to manage a large photography collection online from any computer or mobile device. The various available cloud platforms are explored and evaluated, including Dropbox, Adobe Revel, Photo Stream in iCloud, Mozy, Amazon Cloud Drive, and more. Special attention is paid to identifying how the platforms handle Raw, TIF, and JPEG photos for optimal access and security, including the maintenance of resolution throughout the uploading, editing, and saving process. PHOTOGRAPHY APPLICATIONS FOR CLOUD COMPUTING will help you tailor the cloud to your specific needs as a photographer and will have you up and running and maximizing this expansive tool in no time.
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Table of Contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION. 1. Understanding the Cloud. 2. Cloud Infrastructure. 3. Understanding Servers. PART II: CLOUD USE TODAY. 4. Services for Photographers. 5. Cloud Desk-Top Hybrid. 6. Cloud Platforms. PART III: CLOUD CHALLENGES. 7. Speed. 8. Access. 9. Security. 10. Hackers. PART IV: CLOUD ACCESS. 11. WiFi Access. 12. Cellular Network Access. 13. Accessing Other Computers. 14. Network Access. 15. Creating Hotspots. PART V: CLOUD CAPACITY. 16. Photography File Types and Sizes. 17. Comparing Storage Costs. PART VI: BACKING UP IN THE CLOUD. 18. Moving Files from Computer to Cloud. 19. Backup Locations. 20. Automatic Back-up. PART VII: STORING AND ORGANIZING FILES IN THE CLOUD. 21. Services for JPEG files. 22. Services for Raw files. PART VIII: POST PROCESSING IN THE CLOUD. 23. Adobe Photoshop Express. 24. Pixlr Step-by-Step. 25. Picnik Step-by-Step. PART IX: PRINTING IN THE CLOUD. 26. Google "Cloud Print" Mobile Gmail. 27. iCloud. 28. Compatible Printers.
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