In my digital career, I’ve had three CompactFlash cards—that’s the media card containing my photographs—completely die on me. They became unreadable. In two of those cases, I could live without the lost photographs— I either didn’t need them or I could reshoot them.
In the other case, I paid close to $2000 for a high-end digital information retrieval company to re-scramble the card and find my photographs. (This company claimed they do a lot of work for the CIA.) It took them two weeks. Miraculously, they sent me a DVD with all…
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