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Old 22nd of September 2011 (Thu)   #16
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Awesome set!!! You handled the light very well! Great eye! Aside from the massive amounts of dust there, it would be a great fest. to shoot!
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Old 22nd of September 2011 (Thu)   #17
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A crazy good set !!
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Old 22nd of September 2011 (Thu)   #18
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thanks guys!
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Old 22nd of September 2011 (Thu)   #19
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1,4,7,11,16 i love
16 i really like cause the pose and tattoos and the torches and rawness of the photo gives it almost like a post apocalypse style sense where anything goes and people get as wild as they want with no worry about anyone stopping them.

I love love love burning man. I wanna go so badly one of these years.
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Old 22nd of September 2011 (Thu)   #20
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Very nice set!
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Old 22nd of September 2011 (Thu)   #21
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endless eye candy how can you possibly keep up! some great shots of really interesting sets!
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Enjoyed the pictures.
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I almost didn't check out this thread. I certainly am glad I did. Really outstanding stuff!
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Old 29th of September 2011 (Thu)   #24
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awesome!
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nice, i would like to see more also.
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Excellent work. Post more if you like. It occurs to me that photos of this event could make a nice thread by itself.
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Very cool! Would love to see more!
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shot with 5d mark II.. used a 24-70, 50 1.2, and 70-200...
how did you deal with dust on the sensor and what not? did you seal your camera with extra goods or was the 5d weather sealing enough? my buddy pretty much wrapped his camera in a ziplock bag and only used one lens the whole week and he still had stuff make its way to the sensor. I want to bring my camera this year(assuming I finagle a ticket lol) but i feel we were really blessed with no dust storms this past year and it prolly wont happen again.
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how did you deal with dust on the sensor and what not? did you seal your camera with extra goods or was the 5d weather sealing enough? my buddy pretty much wrapped his camera in a ziplock bag and only used one lens the whole week and he still had stuff make its way to the sensor. I want to bring my camera this year(assuming I finagle a ticket lol) but i feel we were really blessed with no dust storms this past year and it prolly wont happen again.

I changed lenses maybe twice the entire week... I also had my 5D covered in gaff tape.. made it much easier to clean when i just had to pull off the tape. I didn't use a ziplock bag or anything.. No problems with sensor dust.. I was using weather sealed lenses as well. Bringing a camera is worth it to burning man..

If I get a ticket this year i'll probably just take 1 body with a 24-70 or 50mm prime.
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