HUNTER HARRISON for ROB MAGAZINE

During location scouting at Canadian Pacific offices on the day before this shoot, you could sense the tension surrounding the timing of our portraits during such a contentious time for Canadian Pacific Railways. Of the 4 shots I was assigned,

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HUNTER HARRISON for ROB MAGAZINE

During location scouting at Canadian Pacific offices on the day before this shoot, you could sense the tension surrounding the timing of our portraits during such a contentious time for Canadian Pacific Railways. Of the 4 shots I was assigned,

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REMEMBERING ELMORE LEONARD

American author Elmore Leonard 10/11/1925 – 8/20/2013 passed away this week, at home surrounded by his loving family. To many people he is more recognizable for the films which were made from his more then 40 novels, such as; Get

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REMEMBERING ELMORE LEONARD

American author Elmore Leonard 10/11/1925 – 8/20/2013 passed away this week, at home surrounded by his loving family. To many people he is more recognizable for the films which were made from his more then 40 novels, such as; Get

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Africa Diary – Day 7 – A Village Worthy of ‘Tim Burton’

Slept-in this morning, Soloman has to wait until the local guide office opens, to arrange a visit to the local Konso tribe. Though the people are more modern in their dress, the village itself has a huge gnarlish appeal to

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Africa Diary – Day 7 – A Village Worthy of ‘Tim Burton’

Slept-in this morning, Soloman has to wait until the local guide office opens, to arrange a visit to the local Konso tribe. Though the people are more modern in their dress, the village itself has a huge gnarlish appeal to

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Africa Diary – Day 6 – Cheated and Mis-Guided

Awake for several hours before the alarm goes off at 6:45, it’s still dark outside and as usual, all the electricity in the town is off. I quickly pack the final items which have been charging overnight and walk to

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Africa Diary – Day 6 – Cheated and Mis-Guided

Awake for several hours before the alarm goes off at 6:45, it’s still dark outside and as usual, all the electricity in the town is off. I quickly pack the final items which have been charging overnight and walk to

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Africa Diary – Day 5 – Nailing the Hamer!

At 3:00 a.m. I awaken, aware of two things; the sounds of Ethiopian Coptic Chanting, and a seriously screwed-up lower back. Before I’ve finished breakfast Mr. Fix somehow has managed to find me a massage therapist. Much improved by her

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Africa Diary – Day 5 – Nailing the Hamer!

At 3:00 a.m. I awaken, aware of two things; the sounds of Ethiopian Coptic Chanting, and a seriously screwed-up lower back. Before I’ve finished breakfast Mr. Fix somehow has managed to find me a massage therapist. Much improved by her

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 4 – The Mursi Shut it Down

Overcast skies this morning, in more ways then one… No electricity, but who cares, because for the first time on this mission the shower has water – HOT water! And bonus!  In the deserted outdoor restaurant patio there’s a place

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 4 – The Mursi Shut it Down

Overcast skies this morning, in more ways then one… No electricity, but who cares, because for the first time on this mission the shower has water – HOT water! And bonus!  In the deserted outdoor restaurant patio there’s a place

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 3 – How to Photograph a King

The Konso nation has been inhabiting the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia within an area of stone walled terraces and fortified settlements in the Konso highlands for at least 400 years. Their lands constitute a spectacular example of a living

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 3 – How to Photograph a King

The Konso nation has been inhabiting the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia within an area of stone walled terraces and fortified settlements in the Konso highlands for at least 400 years. Their lands constitute a spectacular example of a living

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AFRICA DIARY – Gear Talk

I’m traveling with 300lbs distributed in 5 equipment bags; DSLR kit, Medium Format kit, Lighting kit, Grip, Accessories / Backup, Cable Management. As I’m relying on ‘civilian’ assistance with my lighting and camera gear, I gradually introduce my workflow via

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AFRICA DIARY – Gear Talk

I’m traveling with 300lbs distributed in 5 equipment bags; DSLR kit, Medium Format kit, Lighting kit, Grip, Accessories / Backup, Cable Management. As I’m relying on ‘civilian’ assistance with my lighting and camera gear, I gradually introduce my workflow via

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 2 – Chomping at the Bit

Ouch. I literally pry myself out of bed.  I’d tweaked my back while doing a deadlifts workout the day before travelling – that, plus 36 straight hours of cramped travel, hurts! The shower is a bucket of cold water over

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 2 – Chomping at the Bit

Ouch. I literally pry myself out of bed.  I’d tweaked my back while doing a deadlifts workout the day before travelling – that, plus 36 straight hours of cramped travel, hurts! The shower is a bucket of cold water over

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 1 – Epic Travel Day

A special thanks goes-out to my friends at Trufflepig Travel.  We are neighbors, having worked out of the same building for almost ten years.  As soon as they learned I wanted this kind of trip they swung into action.  I

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AFRICA DIARY – Day 1 – Epic Travel Day

A special thanks goes-out to my friends at Trufflepig Travel.  We are neighbors, having worked out of the same building for almost ten years.  As soon as they learned I wanted this kind of trip they swung into action.  I

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