This sunrise shot on the beach along the Southern Bogue Banks of North Carolina is without question the best I have taken here since I first started coming down here ten years ago. Suffice to say, it was a keeper and I went to my usual lengths to make sure I held on to it.
If you’ve ever had a memory card get corrupted, and I have, you quickly learn not to take chances. I learned a long time ago to always format memory cards in the camera I’m going to use. It’s probably overkill, but I even go a bit further. I dedicate memory cards to specific cameras even though all are Nikons. One set lives with the D750, another set with the D800e, and a third with the D7100. If you shoot with more than one brand of camera, and these days it’s not unusual to see a Sony or a Fujifilm in the same bag, do yourself a favor and always reformat the card for the specific camera you are going to use. There is no bigger bummer than to spend an entire day shooting and wind up with a corrupted card and nothing to show for the effort.
Thanks for the visit. See you next time!