I want this photographers job!

11 months 1 week ago #630163 by Scott Klubeck
Dang, if this doesn't get your adrenaline going, I don't know what will.  



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11 months 1 week ago #630169 by Nikon Shooter
In the desert? In the dust? You got the job AFAIAC!

I'll rather shoot polar bears: cooler weather, no dust
and the adrenaline is there too! :P

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11 months 1 week ago #630183 by Scott Klubeck
I live in Riverside CA, I'm used to the heat, dust and dirt.  So, this is right up my alley!  Besides look at the shots?

Now what would be equally fun is to shoot a ice rally race in arctic, that would be fun too.  

Have you been there? 


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11 months 1 week ago #630203 by Nikon Shooter

Scott Klubeck wrote:  in arctic, Have you been there? 


At the beginning, I was a scientific photographer at the
university and I had to accompany some expeditions in
the Ellesmere Island, the Baffin Island etc. I learned that
there are great advantages growing up in the Canadian
winter.

I would not dig motor sports in the Arctic, though!

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11 months 1 week ago - 11 months 1 week ago #630204 by GaryA
I have worked above the Arctic Circle to the hottest deserts in summer.  My preference ... I would take the desert heat to the Arctic freeze. But no matter where I am shooting, it is all about the story and nothing else matters but the story.  Weather ... it is what it is, only getting the story matters.

There are photographs everywhere. It is the call of photographers to see and capture those images.
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11 months 1 week ago #630224 by Randall McNabb
Looks fun to me, sign me up.  Those jump shots rock.  Might be a little dangerous if the trucks driver loses control and you need to scramble quick!


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11 months 1 week ago #630252 by Joe Peterson
Dude has a fun job.  That dust is bit much for me.  However that would be fun with a mask.  


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11 months 6 days ago #630388 by Ian Stone
Heck yes, you kidding me?!  That would be awesome!!


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11 months 6 days ago #630495 by Rawley Photos
I'd like to be the guy in the truck!  :evil:


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11 months 6 days ago #630516 by GaryA

Rawley Photos wrote: I'd like to be the guy in the truck!  :evil:


:cheers:

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11 months 4 days ago #630744 by Garbo
I'd be all over that gig as well

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11 months 2 days ago #631071 by Toby J
That does look like a fun gig.  Dusty, yes.  But would be still fun.  


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11 months 1 day ago #631266 by KCook
The door off chopper gig got my attention.

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10 months 1 week ago #634215 by Alfonso Camil
I'll take any photography job I can get being such a newbie.  Well, let me clarify.  Anything that will improve my skills and help me get better jobs in the future.  


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