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Old Jun 3, 2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Here you go mate. set 24 hours aside and try this. We'd all like to see the result.

Then spend 24 hours at the computer getting them organized..

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Old Jun 3, 2013, 12:53 PM   #2
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Hey Ken

Now thats a fab idea.. I'll have to sort something out. It'll have to be in a few weeks from now.. I'm still not physically fit to do a 24hour shooting stint and I'll need to work out where and what to shoot but I'm gonna pencil something in!!

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Now thats a fab idea.. I'll have to sort something out. It'll have to be in a few weeks from now.. I'm still not physically fit to do a 24hour shooting stint and I'll need to work out where and what to shoot but I'm gonna pencil something in!!

Excellent mate.... Looking forwards to it. You don't have a blog or a site we could send it to do you..?
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That would be neat, capturing the moment. I can't imagine doing night shots in Detroit though, probably come home without your camera gear.
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James.. its the same here in London and I don't trust anyone having grown up in these parts. A cheap small cam would be ideal.. if it goes missing or gets stolen its no loss.

I've been thinking that I may do a 12 hour stint first and see how we get on .. not sur ei can hang out for 24 hours without a shower inbetween !
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That is an interesting idea, but I could understand doing a 12 hour stint instead of 24. I would have a hard time even doing 12 hours. And Harj, you may be on to something about having a small cheap camera in some locations. You could use the E-3 for 6 hours in daylight safe locations, and borrow a small XZ-1 to use for the rest of it.
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Hi Steve

I think 12 hours is doable...start early .. say 7am and then carry on through the day and have plently of $$$$ for tea breaks and chilling out!

If its an all night job .. then a small camera body that's descrete is going to be the best option. Personally when i see people walking around with their camera's and canikonsonypentaoly straps, all i see is potential victim. I think in the cities financial and west end you'd be ok but in my neck of the woods your asking for trouble.
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That is an interesting idea, but I could understand doing a 12 hour stint instead of 24. I would have a hard time even doing 12 hours.
That's what happens when Florida residents get acclimatized to a laid back lifestyle. You need to buck up and get some endurance!
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WHOA! NO, NO, Ted. That sounds too much like WORK!!!!
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that's what happens when florida residents get acclimatized to a laid back lifestyle. You need to buck up and get some endurance! :d:d
Nearly fell off my chair .. !!
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