I work as a freelance head of the Prop Department for motion picture productions. In past years, everyone used Polaroid cameras to snap instant continuity photos and it worked really well, especially when, for example, we needed to grab several photos at once to document the aftermath of a stunt scene so we could recreate it at another time or place. The white area on the bottom was perfect for using a Sharpie to write down the scene number and any pertinent notes, then we'd punch a hole in one corner and have an instantly accessible ring of Polaroids in script scene order to refer to when needed, which is almost constantly some days! When Polaroid stopped producing film, we all started hoarding it and made small steps toward finding another way to document our continuity photos. Most people were having to use their digital cameras and would use a small dry erase board to list the information we used to write directly on the Polaroids, but this involved several steps and wasn't always terribly efficient or quick. I found most departments would scurry over to me to look at my ring of Polaroids as it was quicker than pulling up their previous shots and trying to access what they needed by squinting at small thumbnails. I used the last of my film last year and started freaking out. I hadn't yet found anything to replace my fabulous ProCam and the Impossible project film prices made production managers blanch. Then someone mentioned Penultimate and I gave it a go. My last movie, I made myself ditch my Polaroid and go cold turkey. Well, I have some issues I hope the Community can help me with. First off, I started a Notebook and started snapping away and using my finger to write scene numbers and notes and take shots as quickly as I could. I wish there were some way I could do this without having to tap on a new page, tap on the camera icon, size the darn photo before being able to write my note and then on to the next one. Sometimes I'd be in such a hurry to get to the next page to get the next shot before the actors left the set, I would somehow erase the image I'd just shot and either had to hold everyone up to take it again, or I was out of luck 'cos everyone had left the set. At any rate, of course the photo quality is much better than my Polaroid, but everything is taking too long to achieve. Then I discovered there is apparently a capacity limit to each notebook, so would start another. Still not sure what that capacity is yet, but I discovered that when I tried to go back to a "filled" notebook, I was unable to resize a photo, change a note or add another and I have never been able to send these notebooks to my laptop. What the heck am I doing wrong? At the end of the film, you normally give all your continuity photos to the production company, but mine are stuck and I don't now what to do. Then today, I updated Evernote and Penultimate and now I can't use the camera feature in Penultimate. I went to a notebook, went to take a photo, the camera feature seemed to come on, then a second later, disappeared and my Ipad desktop appears. I've tried this a couple dozen times and I getting zip. I see back in September this was a big problem for others and one of the suggestions was to delete the app and start over, but I'm afraid to lose all of my notebooks if I do that. And I really need to get the continuity photo notebooks to my bosses as it's all proprietary info. I really hope someone can help me with this problem. Also, does upgrading to Penultimate Premium help me in any way with this?