Taking care of your photographed memory

Last modified 29.01.2022 | Published 09.10.2012Media articles

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How do you take care of your photographed memory? Entering the new millennium I had a digital awakening. I bought my first DV-tape camcorder in 2001 and was even able to snap my first digital pictures with it. I bought my first digital camera the following year. But that was only part of my digital dream.


Going digital on new media

In the course of the following ten years, I moved from an analog status in the capturing of still and moving pictures, to the fully digital world of HD video and SLR camera.

Here’s a video combining photos and video from that vacation in 2002. All still and moving imagery was shot with my first DV-tape camera.


I can conclude: The future looks bright

Of course there are the occasional clouds: There are constant questions coming up about moving content from my cameras to my computer. I often question the technical quality of my cameras, and how to produce lossless reproductions of my media. And not least, there’s a strengthened concern about the quality of the photographer, the person behind the camera.


Converting old media to a digital platform

Let me draw your attention to one more aspect of my dream. My digital dream was not only about the future. I had thousands of analog pictures and days of video content stuck on obsolete technological platforms. They were practically shouting out loud for attention, eager to get digitised.


Further reading

I am discussing the tremendous task of creating a digital collection of media in a series of articles.


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