Clear your temp directory, if you have a PC (Windows) computer. Go to Start/Search button and do a search for %temp%. Open that directory/folder and select everything in it (CTRL – A). Drag the contents into the trash or choose delete while right-clicking the mouse. Skip any files the computer wants to keep. You should end up with only a few files the computer is actually using and be rid of the many, many useless files that have been accumulated. Hopefully this will give your computer some extra speed and responsiveness, always useful when editing photos.
If in need of some fill-in light when shooting portraits in darker situations, don’t forget the light-source you carry most of the time, your smart-phone. Its flashlight function may substitute at least partly for other non-available light-sources such as a wireless flash or real flashlights/electric lights.
Lately some camera manufacturers have stopped adding geotagging as a feature of their cameras. It adds cost, shortens battery life, and can produce a lot of unwanted heat in the camera body. One answer is to let your smartphone record the GPS data with a special app in the background while you shoot, and later put that data into the metadata stored with your images on disk. One such app is Geotag Photo Pro for IOS and Android devices. Once you sync your phone and camera’s clocks, you can match the photos you take with the GPS data recorded by the phone to the precise time recorded by your camera for the photo taken. Software on your desktop computer, provided free by the app developers, stamps the data into your image’s metadata where it remains when you further process your images in editing software. A very efficient and inexpensive solution. The Pro version of the app is $4.99 and the Lite version is free for trial. If you want to record the precise geographical location of your images this may be a very good solution.