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    and, btw, isn't the campers entrance the same as everybody elses entrance? I'm confused
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    it doesn't matter now, I think security will be tight at any entrance.
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    Does anyone know how to get a photo pass? i'd love to take in my SLR camera but not if i gotta dump it at the door :*(

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    Quote Originally Posted by MannyMacabre View Post
    Does anyone know how to get a photo pass? i'd love to take in my SLR camera but not if i gotta dump it at the door :*(


    Check the FAQ and hope you work for a major music magazine or like Getty Images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffdud41 View Post
    get extra memory cards for your cam and you won't have to worry about uploading


    I got a portable hard drive that uploads all the photos from your memory card in like 5 minutes. I am getting on extra card for one of my cameras but thats it. I dont think I'll need more than that. I am glad I'll be able to take a few thousand photos like I did last year now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ieatkittens View Post
    I inquired about a photopass for freelance / internet based media and was told photo****** were only availiable to photographers from national publications...which seems a little bit backwards to me, but is not my call.
    call me crazy, but i can't see Pitchfork Media being denied a photopass... or two.. or three...

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    If you wanna see what you can get out of a point and shoot camera scroll down and look at my posts.

    http://coachella.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1230&page=2

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    As far as video goes, are there any ways to dampen the sound, so the bass isnt way too loud? maybe some microphone foam or something
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    Depends on your camera, some of the microphones dont really distort. My Sony camera doesnt really distort. I'm posting a video I shot so you can listen.

    Example: Taken with a Sony DSC T10

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprefan View Post
    I got a portable hard drive that uploads all the photos from your memory card in like 5 minutes. I am getting on extra card for one of my cameras but thats it. I dont think I'll need more than that. I am glad I'll be able to take a few thousand photos like I did last year now.
    hey, I never knew those existed, I should check into it
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiffdud41 View Post
    hey, I never knew those existed, I should check into it
    One of my photographer friends has one so he turned me to it knowing I had to do this.

    Yeah check it out here:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=320085845951

    It retails for like $150 so I woudl totally buy it for that price.

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    I'm bored, more photos

    Taken with a Canon SD400







    Taken with a Sony DSC T1



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    damn....

    those are damn good pics.

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    I just got a Canon Powershot Elf SD800 IS. Didn;t take my first picture yet but i will post it here when i do after the battery charges.

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