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    Default you feel PRO enough?

    eat this then
    equipments used by a PRO

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    Quote Originally Posted by michhy View Post
    Come visit my Flickr :)

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    Nah! He doesn't have a Gitzo tripod and RRS ballhead, an Epson A3 inkjet printer and scanner, a 30" monitor, Wacom stylus pad, GregaMacBeth monitor calibrator, etc. etc.

    Neither do I

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    waaaaaaa

    are those pocket wizards?

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    Wa...Gonna need a dry room with dehumifier to keep all that stuff..
    I'm looking at a different perpective of life.

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    I am pro enuff....

    My Flickr says so....
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    He got all the good lens from Canon..!!!
    And He got a server in his room..!!!

    But he is doing this as a living.. if not fun liao....
    I would said.. HE IS THE MAN LEH...!!!

    Lucky I'm not into this line.....
    Last edited by Rubber_Duck; 8th August 2008 at 12:34 PM.

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    Yes, bcos I use lowePRO bag. Not lowe you know but lowePRO.

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    You don't need all that equipment to be a pro. You just need to be paid.

    But that's very interesting, thanks for posting. Like Rubber_Duck, I don't think it's much fun. Trying to keep track of the equipment alone is a nightmare.

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    Default Re: you feel PRO enough?

    think hes a photographer for olympics? he has the pass...

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    http://www.vincentlaforet.com/Gear/large-10.html

    See...too pro also not good. Must take a whole day to pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liionel View Post
    think hes a photographer for olympics? he has the pass...
    He's a contract photographer for the NY Times (according to his bio) and apparently on assignment (for Newsweek?) to the Olympics (photo #3 - "Luckily this isn't my first Olympics").
    Last edited by lennyl; 8th August 2008 at 01:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lennyl View Post
    He's a contract photographer for the NY Times (according to his bio) and apparently on assignment for Newsweek to the Olympics.
    awesome stuff! but pressurizing too i guess, must produce the shots if not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by michhy View Post
    based on this reasoning,
    those taxi drivers behind a non MB do not feel taxi driver enough.


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    Quote Originally Posted by liionel View Post
    awesome stuff! but pressurizing too i guess, must produce the shots if not...
    Yeah, probably what separates the pro from the hobbyist in addition to getting paid to take photos. The rest of us can sit back, relax and critique his photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by lennyl View Post
    Yeah, probably what separates the pro from the hobbyist in addition to getting paid to take photos. The rest of us can sit back, relax and critique his photos

    gosh i just went through all the photos, quite awestruck, by the amount of lenses and all the stuff he has to bring! did anyone see his prime lens bag................ madness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by liionel View Post
    gosh i just went through all the photos, quite awestruck, by the amount of lenses and all the stuff he has to bring! did anyone see his prime lens bag................ madness!
    I saw..quite amazing...it had a 16-35 in it

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    Gear whore!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    I saw..quite amazing...it had a 16-35 in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazmee View Post
    Gear whore!!
    hahahah..my thought exactly

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