In Part 1 and Part 2 of my series on Evernote for Photographers, I talked about why Evernote is so amazing and how I structure and log important information about all of the projects. In this final installment, I’m going to briefly discuss the information that I capture during an actual photo shoot, using Evernote.
I’ll admit this right off the bat: I am an Evernote addict.
I use Evernote to keep track of all aspects of my personal and professional life, but the real life changing aspect of Evernote is how I’ve learned to use it to keep track of my photography business. As any photographer knows, running a photography business is more than just making beautiful images. For every photo shoot that I get hired for, there are hours, days, and weeks of administrative work that goes on behind the scenes, whether it is my day to day accounting and marketing tasks, or the coordination of large scale production shoots.