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on Sep 17, 2014 in Just Out!

Think Tank Prod Mngr 40

Think Tank at Photokina yesterday announced their new, monster of a case, the Production Manager 40. Now you might think it looks familiar, that’s because I use the Logistic Manager 30 for my Profoto B1 lighting gear. As can see in the photo above, the Production Mngr 40 holds 4 Profoto B1 units where the Logistics Mngr 30 holds 2. That gives you some sense of how big it is. So, you can carry your gear or ship your assistant around in this case with the utmost protection...

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on Sep 15, 2014 in Just Out!

Nikon D750

Nikon has just announced the D750 DSLR Camera (along with the 20f1.8!) and will be shipping it next week. I have not seen the D750 yet but just from the features it includes and it’s price point, I don’t know how you could not be at least very interested in it. If you’re looking for the specs, you’ll find them here. Once I have one in my hand, I’ll pass along my thoughts on...

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on Sep 8, 2014 in Just Out!

Warbirds and The Men Who Flew Them

This coming Friday, the 12th at 7PM EST, Wabirds and the Men who Flew Them will have its world release. Many have asked when the next Kelby Class on aviation photography will be coming out. This isn’t it! This is a film and Scott and I will be hosting a live webcast during its premiere. Ya, you could say it’s about air to air photography, but that’s only the means to an end. The film is about how the Texas Flying Legends Museum through their squadron of WWII warbirds honor our vets and inspire future generation. Thankfully, I have a minor role. It’s the vets themselves who I interview on camera and the aircraft that are the stars. To be apart of this event, you need to click on the link and register. What you’re going to see has never been done before but through you, will hopefully be carried on to the next...

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on Sep 3, 2014 in Just Out!

That “Dam” Photography

Today was the Photo Safari at Photoshop World and it was a dam good day. In fact, I heard so many Dam jokes I’m dam tired of them. That’s because we went to Hoover Dam for the Photo Safari and had a Dam good time! Here’s a collection of some of the images I shot today. You’ve got the ride down the 600 some feet into the Generator room. Of couse once the camera went back down, everyone went back to looking at … yeap, their feet. SO I shot, their feet. And then there was the walk down the tunnels to the bowels of the dam. This was pretty darn cool. For example, while it was 110 degrees outside, it was 72 degrees in the base. Then there was the dam itself. It was really very cool to see how this ’30s technology was still working today. It was a great day with some great folks and a great local. Thanks to all who joined...

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