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Prima ballerina perusing using the Pixel Sunscreen.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: www.rxdesign.com
Multi Purpose use for the ThinkTank Pixel Sunscreen V2 - Milo and Paula enjoying their day at the sea.
Photo: Harro A. J. Schoenle
Website: www.ajk-photography.de (in construction)
Just what the newly graduated doctors ordered. This is the greatest tool for improving your sessions. A quick review of the shot elevates the mood and gets the clients involved in making a great shot.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: http://www.rxdesign.com
The pixel sunscreen II is a necessity when working closely with the graduate's mom. She's able to clearly see and give the thumbs up for the shot.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: http://www.rxdesign.com
Future A&M checking their senior portraits in the Pixel Sunscreen II
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: http://www.rxdesign.com
Just what the doctor(s) ordered. Group photos of the graduating class reviewed by new MDs.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: www.rxdesign.com
2014 Seniors "really get into" the Pixel Sunscreen. If it were just a little large I think they would.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: www.rxdesign.com
Travel planners like the Pixel Sunscreen too.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: http://www.rxdesign.com
Seniors love the Pixel Sunscreen too.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: www.rxdesign.com
I Shoot Rally
Photo: Acai Azfar
Website: azrulphoto.blogspot.com
Action Images photographer, Andrew Boyers, hard at work courtside at the USA vs GBR Davis Cup, Petco Park, San Diego, CA
Photo: ©Fred Mullane/Camerawork USA
Website: www.cameraworkusa.com
My Card for all work
Photo: Carlos Rodrigues
Website: www.carlosrodriguesphoto.com
Embroidery from the "Lids" shop at the local mall to identify the battery types. Red and Green paint pens to code the batteries: Contacts down and the green dot showing (good to go) for a charged battery. Contacts up and the red dot showing for a used battery. (Link is to discussion topic on the Fuji-X Forum.)
Photo: Larry J. Clark
Website: http://www.fujix-forum.com/index.php/topic/15922-just-sick/?p=169107
SunTime photojournalism intern, Ting Shen runs from a street weeper at work after the Chicago South side Irish Parade.
Photo: Rick Majewski
Website: rickmajewski.com
Mothers love the Pixel Sunscreen
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: www.rxdesign.com
First time out I found it to work fantastic and it was a big hit with the clients – in this case senior girls at their photo session – they loved it as much as I do. It’s not supposed to be used to carry a laptop but the Ipad is a light load and was a great convenience, keeping it out of the sun and dirt wherever we chose to set it down.
Photo: Joel Spring
Website: www.rxdesign.com
Detail shot of various of my fantastic Think Tank Products!!!
Photo: Mauricio Urena
Website: http://500px.com/photobymuga
Fresh
Photo: Nick Robinson
Website: www.narobinsonphotography.co.uk
Makes it easy to organize multiple cards on a shoot
Photo: Todd Mizomi
Website: mizomi.blogspot.com
pocket rocket collection
Photo: Junfu Han
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/junfuhan/
My ThinkTankPhoto ProDSR Battery Holder
Photo: GLENN GUAN
Website: http://www.glennguan.com
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