OK, we have a few people on board. Great.
Along with those mentioned here, we also have Wes Lavin, who has shot the Boogie many times.
Most of the photos from 2009 are his.
We also have JS, bartender extraordinaire from the Lucky Dog, who shoots weddings, sports and more...
I beleive my camping spot, whose number I do not know yet, will be located just as you leave the open camping and start going into the woods.
I want to say spot 43 or so. Been a few years since I have been.
I drive a midnight blue, 2006, Jeep Grand.
I am going to out and about a lot, but, I am thinking of getting together on Saturday morning, say, about 9:30 am at my spot.
We can meet and greet, and get a game plan together.
Some things to remember...
Bring your camera manual,
Extra batteries, (I will have chargers at my campsite and some AC power)
Check to make sure you can handle a couple hundred shots. Maybe buy another memory card.
If you are using a long lens or a zoom, a monopod is real handy. Tripods are OK but clumsy.
Lens cleaner and tissue,
Gallon size zip locks, trash bags, in case of the dreaded rain,
A milk crate to gain a little height,
Well, that's a start.
Hope to see you all there. It's gonna be a blast.
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