San Diego, CA


November 4

Name of Organization, Institution, Company, or School:

TC3 Imagery

Focus of Study/axe de l'étude/foco de estudio

Film & Video Production Aerospace Engineering

What languages do you speak?

English & Spanish

What do you like to document about your world? or city?

* Urban nightlife/interviews starting the first minute of 12/12/12. * African drumming and dancing, and related interviews. * Daytime interview in a shower. * The most southwestern point of the U.S., where San Diego, CA meets Tijuana, MX, just before dusk, and related interviews. * Tattoo Parlor interviews at the end of the night. * Self-interview during last moments of 12/12/12


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  • HI TC3, here are some more detailed answers:
    Question 1. I'm not sure why it deletes both copies. Unfortunately the program is not perfect, so my best advice is to delete your albums and re-import them in the exact way that you would like them to appear.

    Question 3. Unfortunately, you cannot batch process an album. You have to go into each one and change the location. One way to handle this is, when you first import your photos, you can do so by location and batch process them that way by using the Location field. Does this make sense?

    I'm sorry that the program is confusing and not perfect for fine-tuning albums. Let me know if I can do anything else to help!

  • Hi TC3,

    So to manage your photos, there is an Options drop down menu that appears for each individual photo, and one that appears when you select the album as a whole. Within that drop down menu, you can change the location, delete, etc. I hope that this helps!



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