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on Jun 5, 2015 in Moose's Camera Bag

Big Studio Small Flash

The Profoto Gear you see in the video * B2 250 Air TTL Location Kit * Air Remote TTL-N for Nikon * Speedring for OCF Flash Heads * OCF Octa Softbox (2′) * OCF Softbox (2×3′) * OCF Softbox (1×3′) * OCF Softbox (1.3×1.3′) * Barndoor for OCF Flash Heads * Snoot for OCF Flash Heads * Grid Kit for OCF Flash Heads * Li-Ion Battery for B2 250 Power Pack * Extension Cable for B2 Air TTL Off-Camera Flash...

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on Jun 2, 2015 in Moose's Camera Bag

WR-T10 Simply Brilliant!

As you read this, my best friend and long time shooting partner Kevin is laughing, very much out loud. That’s because it was probably a year ago he first showed me, in a bragging way, the Nikon WR-T10. Technically, just the transmitter is called the WR-T10 but they have no one name for the three pieces that make up this really great, tiny, camera remote system. The Transmitter, WR-T10 connects with either the WR-A10 (10 pin connector) or WR-R10 (USB connector) to fire a camera. In the top picture, you see the WR-R10 inserted into the WR-A10 into the ten pin socket of the D4s. When used this way, you have three channels available to you so three WR-T10s can be used at once and not tripping other cameras. What is cool is, you can leave the WR-A10 in the D4s, place the WR-R10 in the USB socket of another camera like a Df and when you fire the D4s, the Df fires at the same time. You shoot...

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on May 29, 2015 in Moose's Camera Bag


An amazing Gimbal head is now available, the Zenelli! This video pretty much says it all. When it comes to providing stability, flexibility and support for our expensive long glass, this is...

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on May 1, 2015 in Moose's Camera Bag

Grays of Westminster

There is this fabled land of myth and lore where Nikons live, and it really exists! If you’re into Nikon, I mean really, really, really into Nikon, you know Grays. It was either back in 1980 or ’81 when I first talked with Gray Levett of Grays of Westminster about an eclectic, obscure piece of Nikon gear. We have talked and emailed throughout the years enjoying a delightful friendship. Today, Sharon & I had the great fortune to actually spend time with Gray and Gillian at what can only be called, the Disneyland of Nikon. You see here the ever dapper Gray, holding his F36 Cordless he shot rocks bands with back in the 60s, with the same passion he had back in the day. His knowledge of the Nikon system, the entire system from its very beginning up to the very latest is simply stunning. While Grays has all the current gear, what they are so well known for is their service, knowledge and inventory of some of...

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on Apr 22, 2015 in Moose's Camera Bag

Packing Int’l

I’ve had a few folks asking how I was taking my gear to England for our upcoming Passion in a Click. I’m taking my gear in the fantastic Think Tank Airport Int’l V2. I gotta have a roller for the simple reason is, my back. I’m taking this Think Tank because of the size, fits on the airplane and holds all I need plus a little more. Click on the photo above and you can enlarge it to see it all. Trust that helps you some time when you pack to...

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on Apr 15, 2015 in Moose's Camera Bag

Kalyn Shoot

Kalyn is a true Mammoth kid! Weather just doesn’t seem to phase them so when I came up with this shot, her bright eyes and smile were the perfect match for big snow. We’ve received a bunch on inquiries how I made the shot of Kalyn now appearing on Image Chaser (and some shock I do portraits). It was actually very simple keeping in mind the Inverse Square Law. I went out scouting the day before a location that had two things going for it, curved slope background and wind. Why those two ingredients? I wanted the “air” to be filed with snow and to do that, I needed a background relatively close to bounce back some of the light into the blowing snow (you can see the after & before photos here). And the wind, to make the blowing snow. With the monster winds that can be on the slope as a storm comes in, I needed to use the Beauty Dish on the Profoto B1 so Sharon...

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