Posted by ScottJarvie at 13 November 2013

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{ANNOUNCEMENT: WE’VE MOVED}

A MUCH BETTER URL - http://blog.jarviedigital.com/

I haven’t liked the URL location of my old blog for about 6 years now
But it was popular so I kept using the URL

I WILL RETAIN ALL THE OLD POSTS HERE

But I’ve moved all these posts to the NEW LOCATION
A
nd I won’t be logging into this to post or check comments… since you can easily make the same comments on the new blog.
{MAKE THE MOVE]
But it was time to pull the trigger… specially since Google Reader died, and since I’m doing this year long project. And I had some amazing technical help from Dave Veffer

{“A PHOTOGRAPHER’S LIFE”}
I’m also re-branding most of my JarvieDigital stuff (Youtube, FB and BLOG) to be all around this concept of “A Photographer’s Life”

The stories, reviews, travels and resulting pictures of life as a photographer.
Basically it gives me a huge range of what I can talk about.

[WHAT'S PLANNED]
Of course the VLOGS and lots of random pictures from Faith In America Project
REVIEWS – Yep I have plans to review EVERYTHING i have on the road with me.

Anything else you’d like to see?

{RSS – Blog Subscriptions???}
K I’ve been out of it… this may be a silly question …. Does anyone subscribe to blogs anymore? What’s the technology for that these days?

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Tonight I'll go into DC another time before I leave to head south.

Which other religious buildings in DC would you suggest to visit?

The National Cathedral
We're still a long ways away from deciding which of the thousands of buildings I'll visit will be in the Faith In America book… 
But it's pretty certain the National Cathedral will make it in there.

HOW IT WAS MADE

14mm 
ISO 100
13 seconds
F/11
Dodge and burn in Lightroom and a bit of tilt/vertical correction. No color corrections after import settings, it was at twilight… clouds were being lit up by the city nicely.

CAMERA D800 - http://amzn.to/190HEzU
LENS 14-24 - http://amzn.to/188uOQK
TRIPOD (Gorilla Pod and Head) - http://amzn.to/1a4PvBf
EDITED IN (Lightroom 5) - http://amzn.to/1dOOrBT

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National Cathedral

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Posted by scott at 13 November 2013

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Anywhere out here on the East Coast still have some good fall colors?
I'm think I'm recovered enough I'm gonna head south from DC now.

BTW if you've got a place to park the airstream (19ft + car) then fill out the form. http://bit.ly/AirSurfinJarvie

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Vermont

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I sit here wondering if this church (which was frequented by some of our founding fathers such as Washington when they were up as far north as Maine) was placed here in relationship to the North Star, it was all just to perfect a set up. It's something I actually don't run across all to often on my trip.

I know old buildings are often moved from place to place with the changing landscape and changing times. 

SEEING SYMBOLS
I however choose to see the uplifting symbolism in this shot.

REMOTELY
Btw I took this while working on pictures in the airstream, initiated while in there with a camranger and reviewed with the Note2, it was 45 minutes if I'm not mistaken, so it was nice to have that ability to sit down and do some work.

"FLARE"
I consciously opted to include the street light knowing it'd add some "flare" to the picture… both kinds of FLARE. 

PATH
It's an obvious symbol and part of the leading lines aesthetic but it's also so very inviting.  it also speaks to how sometimes the way is so simple that many aren't motivated, it's small and narrow and old and unpretentious. 

NORTH STAR
I think most of us understand the symbolism of the North Star even in our GPS-device governed world.

A guide we can be sure about, which however only works if we know where to find it, trust it, and know how to use it. There are other options and this one is a bit tough, but it won't guide you astray, assuming you use it correctly. 

CHOOSING
Just as you choose to be happy or to believe, you can choose to see symbols all around. I choose all 3

And my trip has been more than wonderful so far.
I look forward to sharing the VLOG from this day on https://www.youtube.com/user/JarvieDigital
Stay tuned and watch the other videos until then.

THE MAKING OF
2405 seconds
f/14
50ISO
14mm

USED
Camera (D80 0) - http://amzn.to/190HEzU
Lens (14-24) - http://amzn.to/188uOQK
Trigger (Camranger) - http://amzn.to/HPeXjz
Together with Galaxy Note - http://amzn.to/1fl87hd
Edited in LR - http://amzn.to/1dOOrBT

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North Star

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Posted by scott at 7 November 2013

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over on https://www.youtube.com/user/JarvieDigital

On day 4 of the show (which episode airs Tuesday) we'll see images from some random churches in Nebraska… like this one near Omaha… which is known as the "Glass Church"
I'm taking these pictures for the +Faith In America project

{YOUTUBE TIPS}
For you YOUTUBE noobs … subscribing is kind of a cross between hitting the "Like" button and setting your DVR. 
And since my channel is new getting more subscribers will help for future sponsors and funding and improvement of the Show in general.
Even if none of that stuff happens… It just makes me happy and motivates me to do more and get better.

Oh and I hear magical ferries send you gold stars when you hit that subscribe button and thumbs up the videos.

{SEASON 1}
Anyway all 5 episodes in season one are edited and uploaded… one a day starts tomorrow morning.

And tomorrow I'll be busy filming for episode… like 30 something tomorrow in Harpers Ferry and Gettysburg.

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The Glass is Half Full

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THINKING AHEAD
Yeah so they're working on putting up the Christmas lights at the DC Temple it takes many many weeks to put up 600k lights apparently. haha

So here's one of my faves from a 3 second shot of a crisp fall morning today.

Prints Available on SmugMug – http://www.jarviedigital.com/Temples/Top-Temple-Images-Small/i-SZFqdgZ

SURGERY TODAY
Just think you can help me pay for my Wisdom Teeth surgery today (And/or a tank of gas) with the purchase of some prints.
Yes… book pre-sales will be online soon enough for those that didn't get in on the +Faith In America  KICKSTARTER. 

THE BUILDING
The DC LDS Temple is actually located off the freeway in Bethesda Maryland. 
This building is open to all those that want to take pictures, visitor center parking lot was even open at 6am when I took this. 
Hords of people come during the Christmas season for the amazing lights and for the general spirit of Christmas feel. The the visitor center itself opens at 10am and closes at 9pm and has great exhibits and tours.

THE PICTURE
I used a polarizer to get nice blue skies, I lightened some of the darker bushes and I removed some of the leaves in the pond. 
3 seconds
ISO 100
Camera laying on the ground
F/6
15mm

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DC Temple

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Posted by scott at 30 October 2013

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I know it sounds crazy but I really appreciated their general lack of excessive traffic and their way cool skies (weather) 

DC traffic kinda makes a person sad. Oh well, I'm gonna try to escape the city a bit more tomorrow.

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Midwest travels

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Posted by scott at 16 October 2013

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The Airstream is my home for a year and I had my first experience parking it at a friends house and driving all around Vermont and being gone for over 24hrs.
(Not really a huge deal since I've done dozens of trips in my venza… but still a cool first for the trip)

THE ROUND CHURCH
It finalized with a sunrise shoot of this old ROUND church building in Richmond Vermont. 

I love having the Airstream as a home base with a nice bed and a great computer and storage of stuff… But nothing quite like the added freedom and easier parking of ditching it for a day or two.

BTW didn't think I was going to be photographing many Round Churches… but hey… I suppose I'll be seeing lots of unique sights during this year long journey for Faith In America Project

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ROUND CHURCH

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Wish I could put a bit of time into some #Airstream Polishing … Nevertheless… Still love taking some pictures of this.

PAGING TOYOTA
Note to +Toyota USA  – I'm towing with your vehicle ) … you should get a hold of me, let's chat.

THIS PICTURE
I pulled to the side of a sleepy little Amish countryside road. I almost didn't find a good spot for sunset… but right at the end when I was getting some good color I came across 2-3 nice spots there in Holmes County Ohio.

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#Airstream in #Amish lands

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I know +Trey Ratcliff doesn't need me to share his post to get his point across to millions of folks but I really appreciated his write up so I'm gonna write my reactions and link his post here anyway http://www.stuckincustoms.com/2013/07/04/sony-nex-review-nikon-vs/Go read it!

It's a fascinating read… and it doesn't matter that me and most of you won't be switching… but I think we can understand why he did and many in his situation may also switch as well.

{Some Thoughts}

1. I just wanna say I got a chance to play with a top of the line micro 4:3 camera last week and take hundreds of pictures and it was eye opening… I kinda expected it to be kinda lame (or non exciting… like taking pics with a point and shoot) … and it wasn't… there were some great features. thanks +Dave Veffer 
The pictures are still in the queue for being edited.

2. I think I was most impressed at how fast and sharp the focus was.

3. I didn't rush out to buy one if you're wondering. Though I may prior to my year long road trip. http://bit.ly/americanfaith

4. Would I like to have one? Yes

5. Would I still use my NIKON more? Yes. (It fits my type of photoshoots better and fits my style/look better) and I already have tons invested in Nikon… no use spending more money.
6. I'm not the target market of the mirrorless – I do astro-photography, I do heavy bokeh portraiture, and I do action stuff a lot.

7. Years ago i bought a Canon G11 seeing if I'd be inclined to use a point and shoot. Turns out I don't mind taking my big DSLR every where I go already. So while it may be nice to have a smaller camera it's not a big selling point for me. Maybe when I get as old as +Trey Ratcliff I'll care more about weight ;) haha

8. Ok I must admit I do see some uses FOR ME of having a small pocket carried camera for travel stuff

{What do I want to know more about?}

9. How long do these cameras last. My D700 is at 300k+ pictures… does not having a mirror make these last longer. Or does the lower quality non-pro build make them last less?

10. Timelapse. I wanna know more about the options for timelapse pictures. FOR ME, I see this as the easiest most probable usage.

11. I know one of the reasons to keep the full frame dslr's is for the better bokeh… what are these cameras gonna do to attract someone like me… can they do anything?

12. Question… Is there any reason nikon wouldn't do a pro camera like the d800 without a Mirror? 

13. So what is the best thing about the mirrorless cameras, the size, the cool features or simply not having a mirror?

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Oh, Nikon… Sad Emoticon. Nikon, you’ve been good to me over the years. It’s not you. It’s me. Well, maybe it is kinda you. You’re kinda getting heavy; let’s be honest. I have this other new spunky Asian I’ve been seeing. Her name is Sony. Yeah, she doesn’t have those giant lenses…but… she fits …

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She sums it up pretty well… The video interview will be up after the 6pm news.

http://www.abc4.com/content/news/top_stories/story/Provo-photographer-documenting-Americas-Faith/1SykkewgQ06vE_h2jGGCDQ.cspx

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Provo photographer documenting America’s Faith
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – A Provo photographer has been taking pictures around the world for years, but soon he will set off on a cross country road trip taking pictures of America’s religious buildings.

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That's right… I've been planning a project that will have me on the road to all 50 States. It's a huge endeavor. 

It's a Crowd Funded campaign. (Ala Kickstarter)
http://bit.ly/americanfaith

Rewards for Helping
Rewards for funding include a Digital Image Pack, Books and several Photo Education options.

And extra bonus if you love the theme of the project
"Faith in America: Religious buildings of the United States"

YES… ALL FAITHS

Will I see you out there on the road?

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A photographic trip to all 50 states to document the buildings that stand as symbols of the “Faith in America”. (Plus books)

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And to think I almost didn't go because it was midnight I was a bit tired and the shots were a bit tricky. (Obviously)

But I think it turned out well. I know these guys put a whole lot into their jeeps and they love doing the night trails and I bet they've never gotten a picture like this before.

#moab   #jeeps   #blogged  

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200 Beginner tips for Quadcopters and the DJI Phantom

If you’re interested in this hobby let me save you a bunch of hours and catch you up to what I’ve learned in the last week.

Spend 30 minutes learning what took me 10-20hrs
From beginner to beginner you’re welcome.
This should help “get you off the ground” … get it?

GROUP?
I’m gonna start a photographer-centric group with  and a few others who got the phantom, to discuss ideas and upgrades and answer questions. Who else is out there flying?

 

PART 2 of the 2 part video

THE FULL LIST

  1. It’s more expensive than you think
  2. It takes more time to learn than you think
  3. It’s addictive
  4. It attracts a lot of attention from onlookers
  5. Most multi rotors – quadcopters are diy builds
  6. DIY – is do it yourself
  7. DJI Phantom is one of the only mass produced pre-built ones
  8. Therefore I’m telling you what I learned about DJI
  9. But first LEARNING: MQX is a great small one to start with
  10. MQX is pretty tough and made to take crashes
  11. Learn with the MQX as it’s tougher
  12. MQX costs a lot less
  13. Even batteries are only about $10
  14. You can easily fly the MQX inside
  15. Even if you’re just considering the phantom or bigger just get the MQX right now to try it out
  16. You don’t really need a flight simulator if you’re gonna practice with the MQX
  17. but a flight simulator wouldn’t hurt and may facilitate your interest in other RC flying things.
  18. TERMINOLOGY: Helicopter is traditional,
  19. Quadcopter is 4 rotors
  20. Octocopter is 8 rotors and so on
  21. Thus they often call them Multirotors
  22. They call them props- propellers
  23. Or UAV – unmanned aerial vehicles
  24. Or even drones
  25. Let’s call them by their more toy names so we’re not confused with killing machines
  26. Kits and DIY are popular terms
  27. FPV is first person view
  28. TX is the transmitter
  29. they rate the transmitting devices
  30. usually smaller number goes farther
  31. phantom has been known to go maybe up to 1000meters
  32. MORE TERMINOLOGY : GPS you know
  33. ATTI – is attitude
  34. CL HL are more common on Phantom Home lock and course lock… flying methods
  35. That’s called IOC – intelligent orientation control
  36. DJI made the best how to videos on youtube for most of this stuff
  37. the phantom doesn’t come with a paper manual
  38. there is one online somewhere
  39. most people learn stuff via youtube or forums
  40. GIMBAL is what keeps a filming device level
  41. There’s so many opinions about gimbals
  42. Gimbals use servos which are motors.
  43. They are rated in torque and speed of response
  44. They are controlled by the phantom itself
  45. The phantom knows if it’s level, acceleromitor etc
  46. NAZA is the brain of the system that controls pretty much everything in the phantom
  47. There are other brains out there including open source type stuff for DIY enthusiasts
  48. They aren’t mainstream once they get larger
  49. Small toy ones and pre-fabricated ones are at bigger stores and amazon
  50. but kit ones are usually at specialty stores
  51. There are a ton of RC stores … more than you think
  52. They often hook you up on shipping Which is good because they’re not on amazon prime
  53. There’s a huge community of hobbiests in Europe so they tend to recomend stuff out there
  54. You may end up joining your first ever forum just because of the DIY Upgrade nature
  55. Yes there are lots of upgrade options
  56. Upgrade propellers
  57. Buy lots of batteries
  58. in fact I bought 4 extra fantom batteries
  59. They cost 30-40$ usually
  60. Specs on those batteries are 11.1v and 3s LIPo 2200mah
  61. 3s means 3 cells – s stands for cells apparently
  62. LIPo is lithium pollymer and they pack more of a punch for the size and weight
  63. They are more prone to fire I hear
  64. They say not to leave them charging unattended and be careful they don’t start to bulge or look damaged.
  65. They have fireproof bags you should charge them in
  66. Explosion is not common it’s just a precaution
  67. 2200mah is how long they’ll last.
  68. More mah means heavier
  69. Mah means more flight time
  70. Heavier means less flight time
  71. Can’t just get whatever you want for phantom because it’s the opening for the battery is specific
  72. They connect with chords and connectors
  73. the phantom connector is xt60
  74. ec3 is another popular conenction
  75. You can indeed rewire the connections
  76. You may end up buying solder iron and electric tape
  77. solder iron is spelled solder
  78. If you change the connector on the phantom you’ll need to change it on battery charger
  79. I’m told the phantom charger isn’t that great.
  80. But this is from people that super geek out about this stuff
  81. Most of what you learn online does not seem to have consensus but it’s like the people that comment on youtube… everyone has an opinion
  82. Some of the people seem lots of fun
  83. some seem like crotchety older men that have strong opinions about everything
  84. However they’re a nice community and there’s not much animosity
  85. SAFETY – There are lots of opinions on safety
  86. These aren’t more killer than a car… but they are dangerous
  87. Specially since they’re harder to use than a car
  88. Be careful around people… in fact when in doubt don’t fly them around people
  89. gov managed Parks don’t want them there so don’t get caught with them there and ruin it for us
  90. Don’t look into going into business with these things.
  91. Yes many aspects like everything in this world is illegal
  92. every country has different laws
  93. some countries require insurance
  94. some countries require licence
  95. united states at the very least stay under 400ft and away from airports
  96. there is rare possibility of fire from batteries
  97. RISK – You will probably loose your phantom one day as long as you keep using it
  98. Write your name on it maybe
  99. RTH – means return to home.
  100. Yes it’ll fly back to the place it had gps lock
  101. meaning wait to fly your phantom until it gets a lock
  102. this doesn’t help much if you fly in the more fun ATTI mode
  103. Don’t bank on RTH
  104. Stop flying as soon as battery is low
  105. it should lower itself if battery gets too low
  106. don’t bank on it
  107. Don’t be over water when this happens
  108. phantoms don’t float… they sink
  109. It may have transmitter problems and fly away
  110. don’t use gopro in wifi and carbon fiber causes some problems (not sure about these things)
  111. Cold causes the brain to not work super well
  112. cold causes the batteries to not work as well
  113. You can get about 8-10 minutes but it depends on the cold and weight
  114. MQX is the same 500mah compared to 2000mah
  115. Count your minutes yourself because battery indicator may fail
  116. There is soooo much stuff on youtube
  117. I spent dozens of hours watching
  118. Everyone is trying to find a solution for best video
  119. VIDEO PROBLEM: The camera shakes because the phantom does
  120. When you bank or turn or go up or down the film is uneven
  121. The frequency of the vibration causes jello effect on gopro
  122. There are suspension mounts
  123. Using moon gel to absorb vibration
  124. Lower shutter on gopro to have a more smooth video
  125. This can lead to grainy higher ISOs
  126. You can put a ND filter on the camera
  127. and uneven is fixed by a gimbal
  128. from gopro or adapter to use regular camera type small filters
  129. Different Props for more sturdy flying
  130. but they don’t have as much give and can break more
  131. buy extra props
  132. consider graupner – 8×5
  133. You really really need to balance your props
  134. balanced props mean both sides weight the same
  135. it’s silly they don’t already come this way but they’re cheap i guess
  136. a prop balancer is 20-30$
  137. be ready to drill them or ream them to install them
  138. Get 8mm washers if you go that route
  139. Weird DJI has a product that specializes in Gopro but needs lots of work for it to be actually good
  140. film in 60fps
  141. gopro3 allows 1080 60fps
  142. even though you’re actually gonna watch at like 24fps online etc
  143. 4k and even 2.7k get jello a lot
  144. position gopro so you don’t see the legs
  145. some people change legs to accomodate different gimbals
  146. Using isolation configurations of every type
  147. Do you keep the gopro protected in hard case or not.
  148. Sound is annoying but lets other hobbiests understand what’s going on (how hard motor is going)
  149. BUY – MQX, controller seperate or with
  150. D5e is great but D6i is way better
  151. You can reprogram the phantom to work with some controllers
  152. You can get a hard carrying case
  153. A typical gimbal is anywhere from 150-400 for the phantom
  154. Carbon fiber is popular do to weight
  155. you can buy another battery charger
  156. There are people who’ll upgrade stuff for you for a price
  157. FPV is a whole other ballgame
  158. goggles or a portible screen
  159. hard to switch between the two for fear of loosing view
  160. Some countries require you to have a spotter for visual view even still
  161. they use their own transmitter
  162. it’s said to be super scary on your first few flights
  163. but also seems to be a more natural way to fly specially for the video gamers
  164. you can view using the gopro
  165. use a special chord
  166. you’ll need to open up phantom to do it
  167. open phantom for the gimbal as well
  168. telemetry is when the quadcopter tells your controller the actual readings of the battery
  169. otherwise you’ll need to see red blinking lights
  170. the phantom communicates to you with blinking on the back of the phantom
  171. green means your in GPS
  172. yellow ATTI
  173. red lights are about lack of GPS signal
  174. no gps signal means no return to home
  175. Red blinking when you get going means lacking battery
  176. Always have your transmitter on when battery is plugged in
  177. unplug battery before turning transmitter off
  178. turn on transmitter with throttle down
  179. special turn on command
  180. helps to avoid mistake starts
  181. start off harder than expected in order to not just tip over
  182. much easier to fly than mqx
  183. one that carries a dslr is many many thousands of dollars
  184. their is a right and left joystick
  185. there is a proper way to control the joysticks
  186. easier mainly because it knows how to keep itself level
  187. GPS mode will counteract momentum
  188. Atti will allow momentum
  189. People film in Atti over GPS
  190. you can let go in GPS mode
  191. If it kind goes to one side then recallibrate IMU with software
  192. recallibrate IMU advanced
  193. it lets the phantom know which is level and it’ll make it stay level in the air
  194. Callibrating IMU is different than callibrating compass
  195. their is a compas that needs to stay away from magnets
  196. if it gets too messed up the compass callibration won’t work and you’ll need to use another magnet to hopefully get it in a range that the compass callibration will work
  197. this callibration is the main one you’ll need to do at the beginning and whenever you go a far distance
  198. it’s super easy and quick to do
  199. IMU callibration is when you crash
  200. it requires software and a computer
  201. Lights on phantom are super handy to fly at night
  202. even helpful at night
  203. meaning you can fly at night if you want
  204. windy days are tough to fly obviously
  205. usually fly with it pointing away from you
  206. it’s extremely tough to fly with it pointing at you because everything is suddenly reverse
  207. you can quickly become disorianted
  208. cut off proppelers if it’s gonna hit something so they’re not spinning fast when they hit something.
  209. when in trouble sometimes it’s best to just cut power
  210. specially when you’re learning on mqx
  211. practice practice

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If you want something shorter than the boring oscars to watch while you edit your own pics… 

Try my first PHOTOSHOOT VLOG
http://youtu.be/KdblzV9V69I
Of a photoshoot I did Friday with +Amy Whitcomb 

You'll get an idea of what my photoshoots are like

Maybe laugh a little, get a few photo tips, listen to some witty banter, see some peacocks and hear my peacock call, listen to some singing, see some flashing etc.

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FYI – My youtube channel was actually NOT nominated for an Oscar #snubbed  

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