Hey guys, Drew here, letting you know about a long-overdue update to the blog, that’s now live: The all new, “What’s in the Bag?” page.
Though it’s always been a great resource for just about every piece of gear we use on-location (and in the studio), it didn’t offer any visuals, or much else, aside from the links.
Now, we’ve gone in and rebuilt the entire page, from the ground up, with a much more simplified design, categorized items, and Joe’s even written his own commentary on every bit of gear we use.
Like the rest of the blog, it’s also now responsive, meaning it not only looks great on your computer, but equally as effective on your tablet or smart phone.
Again, this was another collaboration with Andy and Josh, over at Few Loose Screws. We’d like to send another big thanks to them, for working with us, to implement the new design.
As always, we’re looking for feedback, as we continue to add new updates, so please let us know what you think!
(Many thanks for the above to Drew and Cali, who labored on this, piece by piece, for many months, assembling pictures, etc. The gear mentioned is linked to Adorama, a member of the photo community that stepped forward about five years ago, and started assisting me in the preservation and storage of the Faces of Ground Zero Giant Polaroid collection. Affording museum quality storage for over 20,000 pounds of framed, life-sized Polaroids has been occasionally desperate for our tiny studio, and they have been great friends of the collection. Many thanks to them, as well. Joe)