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Now using trees as tripods when out in the field.

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Ultrapod 2I’ve been through so many tripods I finally got smart, so now I’m using the trees as tripods. Bought something called an UltraPod 2, so I am able to get ingenuitive when it comes to having tripods in the woods/forest. If you hit the hotlink it will take you to a site that sells the UltraPod 2.

Photos of Tunnel Boring Machines in San Francisco

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The new Central Subway in San Francisco will be approx. 1.6 miles long and there will be stations in Chinatown, Union Square, Moscone Center/Yerba Buena and a station at 4th and Brannan.

Videography work

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I did the videography for the video at the link.
Videography for the East County Boys & girls club.

Recorded video for San Francisco Public Press

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Today I started videography work for the Veterans Community Media Center for the San Francisco Public Press, for a kickstarter campaign video.
I used a Canon DSLR Rebel T3i, with an audio feed from an audio mixer with a feed from a wireless lavaliere.
I feel I pushed the Canon Rebel T3i to its limits today and it did not let me down.

Tunnel Boring Machines or TBM’s

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Pics of Tunnel Boring Machine aka TBM’s. They will be used to create the Central Muni Tunnel/Subway. The piece in the photo is called Big Alma. Naming them is good luck. More information can be found here.
http://centralsubwaysf.com/tbm-name
They also have Twitter handles. @BigAlmatheTBM and @MomChungtheTBM.

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Directed and live-switched a 3 camera production of varsity football game in Contra Costa County

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ImageOn Friday night September 28 2012, set-up and directed 3 camera coverage of a varsity football game in Contra Costa County. Used very old Panasonic 5100HS SD cams and a Tricaster. Was also the video switcher. The game was two hours.

Purchased a Canon Rebel T3i

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Yesterday I purchased a new Canon T3i. Wolf Camera is closing down stores in San Francisco, so I went to one of them and a T3i was sitting in the box on a shelf. It was their last one and was selling for $674 plus tax. I even got a new bag for free. It has some exciting features, some of which I know nothing about, but I will learn and use it and exploit it to its full potential. Hopefully most of the work you’ll see coming out of me in the future will be done using my the Canon Rebel T3i. I do also currently own two Canon Rebel XTi’s, and both have made me thousands of dollars and have brought out the best when it comes to my photography work.

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