Photography Tips and Tricks - 11 (Check Lists)
I thought this would be difficult to come up with weekly tips, but just sitting here I can come up with many tips. So, this tip is more philosophical than practical. I am finding that when I am writing my blog I am learning more things that I was not expecting. When I write a long post such as my backup process I find that my process had some gaps. So my tip is to write out your processes (whatever they are) and you will realize that you are missing some options to make it better.
Example: My tip to create checklists resulted in me discovering that Microsoft Notes can store my notes on my live.com account and I can access them via my phone.
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