yeah fill light is very dangerous, i usually never go over 30points if i can avoid it, anymore and it just puts fake light in, also it turns shadows a funky blue that you wont see onscreen but when it goes to print, you will see it.
off the top of a mountian thats right next to my house, i had to climb a 90ft tower to get this shot, but hey it was worth it. as you can see there is many imperfections in the first photo like that big cable in the shot. the picture was not cropped at all. The white space was all photoshopped...
the gear stays in pelican rollers inside the truck, if im not going far ill carry a smaller pelican case, i also use one of the backpacks from the "bug out bagz" line, it has alot of space with some really good support straps for heaver stuff. (trade secret; my pelicans have quick fists screwed...
Shutterbug (GREAT Magazine with a lot of product reviews)
Rangefinder (a little more for portrait photographers) but hey its free in the US
Photoshop User Magazine
Layers magazine (not just for photoshop but also for photography)
some of those might seem a little biased toward...
those treads are very cool, but what really caught my attention was those "whiskers", i looked on the net but i could not find too much info on if they are removable or not, it's a really great idea, but not practical to drive around with all the time. does anyone have any more info on that rig?