That's where a good phone camera and the AFF app come in handy ..... but I'm a very patient personThe detail will be when I get back home in October... Just a few bits and pieces as I go along.
Most of the photos are on my camera and are too big in native format for comfortable display.
As long as I take my little travel computer I have no problem.picasa still works for me so on a plane or hotel download my pics and resize.Can then easily upload from My pictures.
As always, the best system is the one that works for oneself. Enjoy both your TRs, and having done a couple in the past agree with JohnM that it doesn't always fit easy into a trip schedule.I typically travel with an iPad which is more clunky than my dual-screen desktop PC for sorting and resizing photos from my camera. I prefer to post a few snippets from my phone camera while on the road and save the main TR posting until I get home and can better sort through everything.
I also don’t want to be spending large amounts of time doing it while on the road, and periodic large gaps in communications (eg. I’ll be in Cuba next week and two weeks on board a vessel in the Arctic in a few weeks) imposes further limitations.
Phone pics, because of the absence of digital zoom, are poor for distant shots - and of course particularly poor for wildlife.
After I get home, I construct my TRs in Word and use the Snipping Tool to make smaller images that load super-fast. The Word document also then serves as my ‘personal TR’.
Just my little system that suits all my needs.