It's not easy to remember everything you have learned about your camera settings while out and using your camera.
You're dealing with deadlines, crazy kiddos, tough lighting situations... it gets a bit complicated to remember what the heck you're supposed to set your aperture to, or remember to turn your ISO down from the last time you were using your camera.
I created these little 3x5 cards to help you have the recent Photography Essentials series tips in an easy format to stash in your camera bag and take on the go!
In this index card set, you'll find reminders about:
-Other helpful tips
You can download the cards here and print them out. I recommend laminating them and punching a small hole in the top corner so you can keep them all together in your bag!
Please note I am offering these cards FREE. To be able to do this, I rely on traffic to my blog to help me offset costs. PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL THESE TO FRIENDS OR DISPLAY CARDS ON YOUR SITE/PINTEREST- please send them here directly. I would be thrilled to provide you a photo if you would like to link to this set, or you can use the picture at the top of this page to share/promote as you wish. Sorry to be a stickler, but I like to be able to help put food on the table- and downloading/sharing these hurts my ability to do that, plus it is stealing from me. I have hungry kids- please help me keep them chunky and happy. 🙂
This is just the FIRST index card set I will be providing. Next week I am going to share a checklist for photographers who already have a basic understanding of manual mode, and I will continue to add more cards as topics come up- so be sure to check the blog often!
I am also working on a series of more in-depth, professionally printed and laminated cards that will be provided for a nominal fee to cover costs.... look for it soon!
For plenty of photography tips and tricks, please check out my previous photography posts!
Click on the link to download!
Download Photography Essentials In 10 Index Card- Aperture Settings
Download Photography Essentials In 10 Index Card- Indoor/Outdoor Settings