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TIME TO CATCH SOME ZZZzzz’s
I’ve just returned home from a few commissioned shoots during the weekend. As I type up this post all 4,000 plus photos are being downloaded and backed up to my external drives (2 externals to be exact). You can never be too sure. I decided very early on that being on the receiving end of explaining erased images will never be a rose garden.
Sorting and processing will commence on Tuesday. Tomorrow, I will get to spend my weekend squished into a Monday. For now, I’ll leave you with my favorite strip: What the Duck.
Whattya know… it’s Friday the 13th. I really don’t believe in the bad luck associated with the superstition. But just in case, the DSLR and lenses will be stored in a cool, dry place safely away from any prying paws.
A bit busy processing a few thousand photos and did not realize the week has just zipped past to Friday. I will leave you with some WTD from March 26, 27 & 28, 2009. Enjoy and do have a nice chuckle or two. I’ve also included a WTD link on the left there-just scroll all the way to the middle section of the widgets.
I should get back to work. Regular programming resumes, hopefully, by next week. Have a great start on the weekend!
Happy Halloween What The Duck style
Here is my excuse for not writing my own content this Halloween. Have a great Old Souls Day long weekend, folks. Don’t let the traffic bog you down.
“WTD595 No Brainer”- Especially after a long day shooting…
“WTD75_0 Underexposed”- If this hasn’t happened to you then you ain’t a photographer! Never be late to a shoot and you will always remember to take the cap off. I am in the habit of being an hour early-just to be safe.
“WTD74 HorrERR Show”- totally cracked me up. If you are a Canon shooter you are in the loop.
When the ERR 99 message first appeared on the barely 2 month old 50D LCD I got a cold sweat and almost swallowed my tongue. The camera froze up and it could not be turned off even if the switch was in the off position (eek!). This was during a commissioned birthday event shoot. Thank goodness the camera was back to normal after a session of taking out and putting in the battery. Only after the software update did it this nightmare go away.
For more photographer bashing goodness you can visit Aaron Johnson and the Ducks.
I’ve discovered a great strip!
Okay, many before me but it’s a hilarious take on photographers. Have a great start on the weekend, my dear readers.
Thank God it’s Friday!
Check out What the Duck by Aaron Johnson.