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A Pre-Shoot Checklist

Mike2focus
New article posted: A Pre-Shoot Checklist
Nikon, Adobe and Macintosh
Posted: 11/11/2012, 22:56:28 PM
Rosariomanzo
Useful, thanks. I also have a kind of checklist, but I always forget to reset the EV compensation!
A DSLR and a mirrorless camera, a bunch of lenses, a flash.
Posted: 11/12/2012, 02:37:14 AM
Thanatonautii
Great blog! Thanks for sharing your checklist!
Posted: 11/12/2012, 06:28:37 AM
Perstock
You are really right!
I will write down in your checklist swedish and make a "luggage tag"!
One more thing. I allways let the flash manual be in the gearbag, it´s so damn complicated to reset the flashes after some settings :-)
Nikon system. D750 and D7100 are the latest cameras.
Posted: 11/12/2012, 09:49:55 AM
Egomezta
Great blog, thanks for sharing, very useful.
and equipment: - Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 11/12/2012, 10:26:12 AM
Celiaak
So usefull. I've runned out of batteries a lot, and other times bummed for not transporting my camera around.
Nikon D3100, Inkscape, Imagination, Hands
Posted: 11/12/2012, 12:14:25 PM
Laurasinelle
Thanks for share!
equipment- Visatec Solo Three Monolight Kit, Speedlight-Nikon SB-800,...
Posted: 11/12/2012, 15:49:18 PM
Mike2focus
Thanks for your comments everyone!
Nikon, Adobe and Macintosh
Posted: 11/12/2012, 17:24:04 PM
Cosmostellar
Appreciate these comments..Thank You.
lens...
Posted: 11/13/2012, 17:21:42 PM
Davidwatmough
I like your list but with so few sales why worry about tax............ your income wont buy a lens let alone a camera so why talk to the tax people. Its nil income or even negative without considering motoring costs ? David
Nikon D 700 and various Nikon lens.
Posted: 12/09/2012, 15:54:38 PM
Mike2focus
Davidwatmough wrote: I like your list but with so few sales why worry about tax

David, with all due respect to you, it sounds like you don't understand how taxes work here in the U.S. As a freelance photographer, which is what I am classified as, I pay about 40 percent of my earnings to taxes. Every mile I drive reduces the amount I can be taxed on by 52 cents. I do a lot of driving for my stock photography!! AND I do photography for a local jeweler AND architectural photography for a developer that I'm related to. If it wasn't for the tax write off I get for the miles I drive, I'd pay a lot more in taxes. And I mean a lot more!! So naturally I'm going to take advantage of the tax break I get from my mileage. It would be foolish not to!!!!
Nikon, Adobe and Macintosh
Posted: 12/09/2012, 18:43:05 PM