Photography Tips and Tricks - 26
The best part of these weekly tips is they are not tied to any series and I can write anything that happens to pop in my head. So, for this week's random tip:
I tend to leave photos on my camera's SD card until I am about to go on a photoshoot that may exceed the number of pictures left. For example, if I look at my camera and only have 100 photos left before it is full, I will most likely format it. This lines up with my backup process to ensure I have many options for recovery. Especially if I am slow to back up to my extra drives on my desk.
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