From the experience that we have gathered from our customers, it is of utmost importance that you carry the following to ensure you learn from others mistakes of not carrying them and having struggled their entire journey.
1. Extra Batteries
When it comes to photography—especially digital photography—batteries make the world go round, and when you run out of juice, your world basically comes to a halt. This is not a good thing when you’re out on a job, wedding or otherwise. For this reason it’s mandatory that you have, at the very least, a complete set of back-up batteries for every item that uses batteries in them.
2. Extra Memory Cards
You can never have enough of them, and the faster the read/write speed, the better. Hi-speed memory cards are growing in capacity. If the read/write speeds of the newest cards are faster than the read/write speed of your current camera, then the processing speeds of your camera will be extremely good. The same school of thought goes for the storage capacities of your memory cards. Today’s cameras capture larger file sizes—and sometimes multiple files simultaneously—not to mention video, which eats up memory.
A flash will allow you not only to shoot in the dark, but reduces shadows and produces more balanced exposures during daylight shooting. Your DSLR body will come with a basic flash attached, however, you will eventually want to ensure that you carry a more powerful external flash if you want your images to be better exposed in difficult lighting situations.
All of the above are available on our website wlend.in. Feel free to reach out to us to discuss your requirements and know how amateur photographers use our platform to capture their best moments.
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