Free Shot Log Form

One of the easiest ways to save time in editing is to keep track of what you’ve shot, while you’re shooting it. I made this shot log form a while ago. I print out a stack of them, and use them to keep track of my good takes. Then, when I’m editing, I can just look at the shot log and go directly to the best takes without having to watch everything again. This is a real time-saver when you have to edit in a hurry. It also works just as well for photo shoots as video.

Download the PDF here.

  4 comments for “Free Shot Log Form

  1. April 22, 2016 at 9:42 am

    I just did a search for a “shot log” to record my B&W medium/35mm shooting. I found yours and I think it may work for what I want. I shot film prior to 2000 and while serving in the military. This is going to help me slow down and really enjoy making fine art images when I scan the selected frames I want to print. Thanks for your log it may do the trick.

    Member: Wichita Wildlight Photographic Society (WWPS)

    • Alexander
      April 27, 2016 at 4:31 am

      Thanks for the comment! Best of luck with your fine art images.

  2. James Brookman
    June 27, 2017 at 7:09 am

    Yes. Thanks for the form. I’ll use it to keep track of stills and clips destined for the website. Jim Brookman

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