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Apr 27, 2009 19:18 |  #1

I gave up golf, so I took the strap off of my golf bag and turned it into my camera shoulder strap. Very comfortable... :D


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Apr 27, 2009 19:19 |  #2

Haha! Awesome!


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Apr 27, 2009 20:11 |  #3

Very nice!!!


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Apr 28, 2009 10:23 |  #4

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Haha! Awesome!

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Thanks. Anyone giving up on golf? :)



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Apr 28, 2009 12:49 |  #5

Nope. I need to get out there more actually.


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Apr 28, 2009 14:18 |  #6

That's awesome!!!


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Apr 28, 2009 14:45 |  #7

haha nice.
What happened to your clubs?
I just started last year and I'll take them off your hands ^^


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Apr 28, 2009 16:05 |  #8

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='[Hyuni];7820341']hah​a nice.
What happened to your clubs?
I just started last year and I'll take them off your hands ^^

If you just started last year, you won't like my Mizuno blades... It's hard to find the sweet spot with these, but when you do, nothing can be sweeter... :)



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Apr 28, 2009 16:08 |  #9

I use a golf back to hold a lot of long lighting-related items!


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Apr 28, 2009 16:13 |  #10

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I use a golf back to hold a lot of long lighting-related items!

So you quit golf like me? :)



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Apr 28, 2009 17:00 |  #11

No, I never bothered to start golf. Hitting that little ball, just to go hunting for it, to hit it again...a bit like throwing a stone into the water, just to dive and look for it, and then throw it again. What's the point?! My dogs were smarter that, to not bother to engage in useless activities like that!  :p

The golf bag was simply a cheap item that would transport my lighting stuff on location


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Apr 28, 2009 17:38 |  #12

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No, I never bothered to start golf. Hitting that little ball, just to go hunting for it, to hit it again...a bit like throwing a stone into the water, just to dive and look for it, and then throw it again. What's the point?! My dogs were smarter that, to not bother to engage in useless activities like that!  :p

The golf bag was simply a cheap item that would transport my lighting stuff on location

In Mark Twain's immortal words, golf is a " good walk spoiled..." :)

I have about 4 golf bags, 3 of them with the head cover, so I got my lighting gear taken care of... :cool:



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Apr 28, 2009 23:23 |  #13

Cool! A Mizuno camera strap! FORE! :)




  
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Apr 29, 2009 01:11 |  #14

Hmm, you may be on to something here. It's certainly easily to identify your lenses if you use the 1,2,3 head socks! :D


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