Dailies: Spring Park #1

I have been spending the last few days of the season at Granite Peak Parks. A whole lot of pixels are on the way, here is your first Spring GPP Dailies installment.

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Dailies: Dalton Bohn

Dalton Bohn, Teamlab proud. More to come. – J.H.

The Teamlab Clothing

On a slightly different note from the recent norm, I photographed a bunch of apparel for the online store on TheTeamlab.com. The timing of this could not be more perfect, because everything in the store is currently on sale, up to 50% off until the end of the week. (4/1-4/5) Check it out HERE and order something for yourself before the deal is gone. Hit the jump for a grip of photos.

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Dailies: Sarah Lynch

I photographed my good friend and Wisconsin snowboard OG Sarah Lynch last week. Sarah and I have worked together at various local resorts and she was one of the original The Teamlab team members. We generally run in the same circles. Sarah rips on both  a snowboard and wake board and is generally “one of the guys”. Perhaps that sounds a little sexist, but there is a big difference between the type of women who snowboards to be a snowboarder and the type who snowboards  because of a true love of the sport. I think that is an important distinction to make, credit where credit is due. I generally omit any word with Dailies posts, but it is not obvious the contest for these images so I broke my own rule here. I photographed Sarah indoors using Norman 500 series lighting gear, Nikon cameras and lenses, and modifiers from Creative Light. I guess the gear spec is not that important, it’s the same stuff that I use every day.

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Dell Precision T7400 Workstation (Mac to Windows switch)

I have recently upgraded one of the machines in the studio. After a long and careful debate, I decided to purchase a full-sized Dell workstation. I have no plans of dumping my Apple hardware any time soon, but am becoming more and more open to the thought of having a mixed OS pipeline. With the current state of available software, this may not be as crazy as it sounds. More about how I came to this conclusion and a video showing the guts of my new machine after the jump.
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