In the Beginning there was Man. Then Man purchased a digital camera.

We are actually drowning in data. I spend my days choking and sputtering in the sea of media that surrounds me at my desk. At first a DVD kicked ass. I was able to but every photo I took from the beginning of December 2002 to the end of May 2003 on a single DVD. I thought to my self this really kicks ass I have it made. Then I bought a new camera and my average file sizes increased to the point that December 2003 was barley able to fit on a single DVD. Then another camera came and I started burning 3 then 6 then 10 DVDs a month, this trend continued and brought me to the state that I am in now. We burn 8 to 15 DVDs to back up a single wedding. (22 if it is a four day East Indian wedding) Our network has 3,6 Terabytes in it and my days are spent burning DVD’s Just to keep ahead of the data. I NEED A BETTER SOLUTION!!!! I was hoping that Blue Ray would be the answer but 9ish gig a disk is silly. I want an inexpensive 40 to 80 gig write once media. Why is that so hard?

Anyway More Macro Shots from our drive to the bridal falls

Camera: Canon 1Ds Mark II
Aperture: 3.2
Shutter: 1/80
Lens: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM @ 70mm
ISO: 800
Date Taken: July.15.2006