I have been talking with the Movifreefly folks about their Movi5 and Movi 10 products. The 5 won't work with the 1DX/D800 bodies because the base plate won't accept them. That bumps the entry fee ten grand, ugh. I'm thinking that I'll wait until I have an assignment where I can expense at least half of that in one whack. Would be cool to have though.
Well Jim your money is in your pocket and well my pocket is
No serious I had a wonderful time with Jo and the rest of the gang.
Again learned a lot and we will have to see how we are going to put that back in to the photography.
Even Wilk was at the symposium very cool to shake the hand of one of the Tuskegee Airman.
The presentation that stood the most out for me was from Stacy Pearsall that brought back some stuff long gone.
The Kelby one guys were also very good especially crazy Pete Collins what a fun guy.
In all al the presentations were good and almost won the paper plane contest a second time but i came in a good second.
Scott Kelby was very convincing about the use of lightroom as were all the examples that were showed so i have to look in to that when i'm back home.
The award and some of Russel Munson's photo's were also very cool.
We also got to see the Bob Hoover Movie very cool i have to say I hope that they eventually release it on DVD.....
I hope the storms predicted for tomorrow won't give me delays if I known it in advance i would have gone home today but hey you can't have it all....
I think this one is absolutely amazing. This would rock on either metallic paper or an aluminum print. I would love to see it this way...
Absolutely amazing, indeed. But I'd be leery of printing it on aluminum: I took one of my favorite shots of a polished Lockheed Lodestar and had it printed on aluminum using Bay Photo's 'sheer' surface treatment, and it came out looking dull because the aluminum substrate has a lightly brushed surface texture instead of being polished.