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    Quote Originally Posted by sammy888 View Post
    In any case he don't feel Pro....he IS PRO.
    & often some even found themselves infront of cameras! the celebraty photographer!

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    I feel pro when

    (1) I tell another guy "hey you got to ask before shooting"
    (2) I can shoot cosplayers for free no need to pay for models, and all trhough the show i tell them "hey sit here post like this post like that", all for free.


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    Quote Originally Posted by limdj View Post
    Most probably he has a team, else how is he gonna bring them around. So many camera bodies, wads the use. 10 cameras hang on shoulder so no have to change lens?
    if you read the remarks on each of those photos, he uses remotes to fire some of his cameras. i think he works alone on the field.

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    He shot all that Canon equipment with a D3! What a versatile fellow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyF View Post
    He shot all that Canon equipment with a D3! What a versatile fellow!
    Does it matter what camera one uses as long as the results are acquired successfully?

    BTW, how do you know he shot it with a D3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    I saw..quite amazing...it had a 16-35 in it
    Maybe he converted it to a prime using gaffer tape on the zoom ring
    It is the camera, not the photographer.
    my flickr - adamloh.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamadam View Post
    Maybe he converted it to a prime using gaffer tape on the zoom ring
    anyway his blog is worth reading...
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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    BTW, how do you know he shot it with a D3?
    Actually it's in the EXIF.

    I'm not sure who's the actual photographer though. Might be one of his minions. After all, he's in some of the shots.

    I thought I saw a camera strapped up somewhere during one of the gymnastic events. And in case anyone is wondering, U.S. coverage of the Olympics has always sucked, and this year is no exception. We had to wait 14 hours for the opening ceremony, and it was filled with dumb prattle from the reporters.
    Last edited by lennyl; 12th August 2008 at 02:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Did anyone else notice the RAID array he has?
    X-Serve with 2 loaded disk arrays!!! Power. Thats how we should store our photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Does it matter what camera one uses as long as the results are acquired successfully?
    Nope.. doesn't really matter what he shot it with.... just thought it was funny as we were all ooing and ahhing over his huge collection of top notch Canon gear (maybe my sense of humour is a little different ... or of course it just plain wasn't funny... .oh well )


    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    BTW, how do you know he shot it with a D3?
    It's in the EXIF.

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    I'll be carrying one of these with me onto the plane (front center Think Tank roller) so that no matter what happens (lost luggage etc) I always have my essential camera equipment with me.
    OMG seems okay to him to lose his luggage. I would seriously cry if i lose just my lens cap.

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    that's awesome. maybe one day i'll have one quarter of that gear =P
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    Quote Originally Posted by deancool335 View Post
    OMG seems okay to him to lose his luggage.
    One word. Insurance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan_1337 View Post
    that's awesome. maybe one day i'll have one quarter of that gear =P
    In about 10 years, right?

    Me too. I can dream, can't I?

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    Hahahaha!

    SO MANY EQUIPMENTS!

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