Using a card wallet


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Using a card wallet

Rich: When we're out in the field shooting, you'll probably notice, we got a lot of shots. In fact, there was a bunch of shooting that I did over a couple of days that you didn't even get to see. Well, the thing is is that all of those shots really add up. When you start to shoot Time Lapse in a RAW format, you're going to burn through cards pretty quick. In fact, I've been using 128 GB cards a lot. Now, you don't have to shoot RAW and you don't have to shoot JPEG. I don't care what format card you use, but I don't want you to lose data.

As such, I can't emphasize it enough to have a data management strategy. And mind for the field Is really simple. It all starts with having two card wallets. Now, I put one in my right pocket and one in my left pocket. The one in the right pocket has all my cards. These cards are empty, and if you look at them, they're ready to go. I've already formatted them, I've cleared them off. There...

Using a card wallet
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Using a card wallet provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Time-Lapse Video

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