The aurora australis phenomenon (also known as the southern lights) may be an awe-inspiring sight, but you don't need to be a pro photographer to capture it. In fact, with a little pre-planning, an amateur photographer like you can snap some share-worthy shots while you're holidaying in Tasmania. Aside from a high-quality camera, here are 3 things you'll need to pack in your suitcase if you want to save your southern lights memories in photo form.
It's so easy to take casual snaps of the family these days with lightweight digital cameras and camera phones. However, if you don't have good electronic storage systems worked out, it's all too easy to lose those precious photos if you lose your devices. That's why you need to have backup disks and data storage to make sure that no matter what those memories will be preserved. I use a combination of burning photos to disk and using a data drive to keep all of my important electronic files saved in a few spots. This blog is all about saving electronic files, using electronics equipment and keeping your things in order.