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Laptop stolen from NCAA press room
Josh Weisberg, Photographer
Redmond | WA | | Posted: 2:37 PM on 01.03.14
->> Just before Christmas I was shooting the NCAA volleyball national championship in Seattle. My MacBook Pro was setup in the pressroom, towards the back, near the food.

After the first match, I returned to the pressroom, and my laptop was gone! All the cables were still there, my bags were still there.

I immediately reported it to the security guards, who called the police (who were in the building). While Seattle PD was great (he radio'd all the security guards and told them to look out for someone leaving with a pack, dusted for prints, etc.), the Key arena staff was horrible. The GM refused to give me her business card, and said "Are you sure you didn't misplace it?" and "I bet one of the other photographers took it". The woman guarding the press room was watching the match, and claimed her only job was to check people for credentials--which means it was either a photographer or a food service worker. Since I knew most of the photographers in the room, there is no way it was one of them.

The NCAA staff was no better - I asked them to make an announcement to all the photographers, and they refused. So I did it myself, and then the NCAA staff simply walked away.

I couldn't post images from the match, or the Seahawks' game the next day, until after I bought a new machine, and got it all setup -- not the end of the world, but frustrating.

Some lessons learned:

1. Lock up your gear! I found a security cable for the retina MacBook Pros - PNY ThinkSafe Portable MacBook Locking System. Probably wouldn't stop a serious thief, but would deter someone who was being opportunistic.
2. Never clear your cards until your images are safely backed up
3. Backup!! Fortunately my system is backed up often, and I only lost a few images from another match.
4. The iCloud track my Mac...so far it hasn't helped. According to the Genius Bar, the bad news: it's easy to disable Track my Mac by booting into recovery mode and reinstalling the OS. The good news: doing so wipes out all data on the drive.
5. When I went to buy a new MBP, and told the Apple rep about what had happened, they gave me an 8% discount on a new machine!
6. Apple also refunded the remaining balance on the AppleCare extended warranty.
7. The Seattle PD said they often recover stolen laptops through pawn shops or Craigslist

I hope this experience will save someone from having their gear stolen.
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Kevin M. Cox, Photographer
Galveston & Houston | TX | US | Posted: 3:21 PM on 01.03.14
->> I've been using this lock for my MacBook Pro Retina since the beginning of football season and like it:
http://www.maclocks.com/macbook-pro-retina-bracket-lock.html

As you mentioned it won't stop a determined thief, but I'm not trying to make it impossible to steal. Just harder to steal than all the other photographers' laptops that don't have any sort of lock at all.
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Brian Blanco, Photographer
Tampa / Sarasota | FL | USA | Posted: 3:30 PM on 01.03.14
->> Josh,

I'm sorry this happened to you. I know it's frustrating but try to just see it as the learning experience that it is.

Of all the lessons-learned that you listed above, it appears the most important one was not listed: #1a - Keep a backup laptop (or tablet) in your car.

When practical, NEVER go on a deadline-sensitve assignment with only one laptop because laptops can be stolen or crash and if you think losing a single $1,200 laptop is bad, JUST IMAGINE how bad it would be to loose a $20k to $50k per-year client over something like this.

You can pick up a used NetBook for $100 or carry an old iPad (with a transmitting APP) or just ANYTHING that, in a pinch, would allow you to caption and send a handful of photos. Think of it like a reserve parachute.

I know when my editorial clients assign me to a shoot, they expect me to account for the unexpected. I HAVE to account for the unexpected; that's my job. For this reason, I try to pack like a cave diver. Cave divers make it a point to have at least two of every "mission-critical" item. "One is none; two is one" they say.

Anyway, again, I'm sorry this happened and I hope they catch whoever stole your stuff but, in the long run, it may actually save you a TON more money in the future.
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Perrone Ford, Photographer
Tallahassee | FL | US | Posted: 5:22 PM on 01.03.14
->> WOW! That's awful! Really hit's home because I nearly went to the VBall finals this year. Didn't think my team would make it, but then they beat Florida, and I started pricing flights. I may have to look into your lock idea. That's not a bad idea at all...

@Brian: Cave divers take 3. We pack lightly, but if we REALLY have to have something, we take 3. Three lights, three sources of gas, three regulators. But your point is well taken. Redundancy is crucial. For caving, it's life or death. For photography... well it's important.
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Randy Sartin, Photographer, Assistant
Knoxville | TN | USA | Posted: 5:34 PM on 01.03.14
->> I had a similar experience with the Arena Staff at UNC Asheville when I had about $15,000 of stuff stolen. Absolutely useless.
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Chuck Liddy, Photographer, Photo Editor
PLANET | EARTH | | Posted: 6:32 PM on 01.03.14
->> Folks, you are negligent if you don't have your laptop locked. I have been to several events over the years where computers/gear were stolen. It's very sad, yes...but the fact is a lot of the times they put the photo folks in high traffic areas with little or no security...of all the thefts I have never heard of anyone that had their gear locked getting ripped off. The reason being? Because why would a thief bother messing with locks when there is ALWAYS someone leaving their stuff unlocked. Another thing to be aware of..I have found that it helps in some NCAA tournament sites... I REFUSE to work in some of these photo areas where literally hundreds of arena workers have unfettered access to. last year in philly the "photo work area" was in a hallway right next to the elephant doors where all the arena staff came and went....with food service, garbage service, EVERYBODY. I wouldn't work there....there was NO security and it had the blue curtains (those blue curtains will certainly stop anyone from entering) with a large sign saying PHOTOGRAPHERS WORK AREA...it might as well have said, STEAL ANYTHING NOT LOCKED DOWN....I went back to the writers area (as did several other shooters) and set up in there. the folks running the site weren't happy but when I pointed out how easy it would be to steal stuff they didn't make another peep. you have to be smart nowadays...people will steal anything.
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Josh Weisberg, Photographer
Redmond | WA | | Posted: 9:06 PM on 01.03.14
->> Well Chuck, you are right, but until it happens to you, you're naive.

But damn Apple for removing that lock port from the retina machines.

In the future, I might also have my web cam running (of course with my new cable lock), just to see what I record.
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Ed Ruping, Photographer
Orlando | Fl | usa | Posted: 9:18 PM on 01.03.14
->> Unfortunately this type of post is starting to become more frequent here. Probably happens more than we think. The "guard" looking at your pass as you enter the room has no idea what equipment belongs to who. They are not going to question anyone walking out with a laptop, lens, camera etc. Their only function is to ensure that someone has the ability to enter, and in Josh's case the ability to steal. Whenever I'm set up, my stuff is locked up. But then again a lock and cable are a theft deterrent, not prevention.
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David Evertsen, Photographer
Orlando | Fl | USA | Posted: 10:28 PM on 01.03.14
->> I am very sorry this happened to you, it just not right in what is supposed to bea SECURE area. I lock mine up and use Find my Mac as well as a program call Undercover from Orbicule. It activates your camera when reported stolen on your Mac when connecting to WIFI and they work with local police when it reports back to them. You can also set a Firmware password so they cannot reformat the drive so Undercover cannot be turned off.. The pricing for the product is really good.
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Chuck Liddy, Photographer, Photo Editor
PLANET | EARTH | | Posted: 10:45 PM on 01.03.14
->> Josh, I'm far from naive. Obviously, since I've sat next to a couple of guys in the past who made fun of me for having a cable lock....and then had their's stolen I can shake my head. and yes I know the new apples don't have the lock option any longer (which I think is nothing short of idiotic) but the fact of the matter is if you thought that was an excuse to just leave your stuff unlocked.....well, who is naive now? there are other options, which, if I owned one of the new ones, I would have explored. I would NEVER have just left my computer unlocked trusting the goodness of human nature to protect my property.
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Jeff Stanton, Photographer
Atlanta | Ga | USA | Posted: 10:51 PM on 01.03.14
->> The woman guarding the press room was watching the match, and claimed her only job was to check people for credentials ...

If someone is going to go to the trouble of checking for media credentials at the door, wouldn't that imply the area should be secure? The arena management supposedly doesn't want just anybody walking in the media room or they wouldn't have somebody checking credentials.

Josh, I believe your thinking another photographer would not be capable of taking your MBP is naive. What do thieves look like? The same as bank robbers. They look like you, me, the guy next door, etc.
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AJ Mast, Photographer, Photo Editor
Indianapolis | IN | USA | Posted: 8:42 AM on 01.04.14
->> So just an FYI for machines with no lock port:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0093HNUSA/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=U...

I ordered this kit for my Ultrabook earlier in the week, it comes in a Mac and PC variant.

For the price I think it is one of the better options if you don't have a lock port. Reviews are a little mixed, but that is almost always the case for a universal product.
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Fred Greaves, Photographer
San Diego | CA | USA | Posted: 8:43 AM on 01.04.14
->> I am sorry to hear about your laptop getting lifted. That is cool that Apple gave you a break on a replacement.

I too don't understand the reasoning behind removing the standard laptop lock slot from the current Macbook Airs and Pros. Faced with the same problem, I was turned onto this lock that is designed to work with the current MacBook Airs and Pros...

http://www3.pny.com/Portable-MacBook-Locking-System-P3226C541.aspx

I have been using it for a few months and it works quite well.
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Fred Greaves, Photographer
San Diego | CA | USA | Posted: 8:45 AM on 01.04.14
->> Ahhh.

Apparently AJ types just a bit faster than I do...
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Sam Morris, Photographer
Henderson (Las Vegas) | NV | USA | Posted: 10:52 AM on 01.04.14
->> Just an FYI, the lock AJ and Fred linked to does not work with MacBook Airs, no matter what it says.
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Richard Uhlhorn, Photographer
Chelan Falls | WA | USA | Posted: 12:01 PM on 01.04.14
->> I have to agree with Jeff. Bank robbers don't look like robbers. It doesn't matter what profession you are in... There are always those who will take advantage of an opportunity and equipment laying around in what is supposed to be a secure area is just waiting to be picked up.

At the Tacoma Dome during MAT Classic they have us all shoved over in a room in the Northwest corner. It is not secure. They used to open the upstairs media room with a credential check at the door and elevator. Either the WIAA or the Dome security don't want to be bothered with that.

At the Sundome in Yakima, there is a media room that is used during the State B, 1A and 2A state basketball tournaments with no credential checks whatsoever. During the volleyball championships they don't open the room leaving photogs on their own.

I asked one of the Dome employees why and she said, "The WIAA doesn't want to spend the money to have us open the room for this event."

With thousands of dollars worth of equipment laying around, you would think that the organizers could come up with a safe way to store equipment at venues.

How about lockers. Hell, I would pay to be able to lock my meager equipment up.
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Bob Markey, Photographer
Royal Palm Beach | FL | USA | Posted: 12:08 PM on 01.04.14
->> It's worth your time, when a victim of theft, to check craislist. My daughter had a great deal of my equipment stolen (along with hers) from her car in the parking lot of a major chain restaurant in South Florida after shooting a football game. The scum smashed her rear window and grabbed the camera bags with 1D, 70-200, 300, 20-35 and other lenses, cards, flash and more. The bag alone was worth a few hundred bucks.

The thieves were lucky in hitting her car. The bags couldn't be seen from outside the car.

I learned the hard way that car insurance covers nothing inside the vehicle. The Broward Sheriff's Office was less than effective, refusing even to fingerprint the car. Then next morning, I desperately checked craigslist and found all the gear - complete with photos of nearly everything (including the CF cards, with my name and number blacked out) - posted.

I contacted the seller by text and got a dialogue going, while speaking to the BSO. I received zero cooperation and was told to wait until Monday or Tuesday when a detective could help me. I explained the good would not be available then, but ...

So, I decided to set up a buy and get the scum myself. A well armed friend agreed to come along to a seedy area of Deerfield Beach.

I then told the BSO I would be meeting with then thieves and getting my goods back one way or another, and making a citizen's arrest. Suddenly, they were able to find a detective who was on duty on Sunday (working patrol for OT money), who then had someone set up a buy. But it took three days to meet with the very careful thief.

Most of the expensive items were returned (not the bag, which my late mother had given to me, some cards, etc.).

But the scum who was caught red-handed was not arrested. Why? According to the detective, he claimed he was given the goods by a friend (who would not name names) and was selling it innocently. Since when does ignorance of the law protect someone? How could the cops believe he was given a pro photo set-up at 10 to 11 p.m on Saturday night, with no boxes or receipts, and believe it was legitimate?
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Josh Weisberg, Photographer
Redmond | WA | | Posted: 12:31 PM on 01.04.14
->> Chuck -- I wasn't implying that you were naive, but rather that I was naive!

Amazon just delivered the PNY lock, so I will report back after getting it setup. I see it more as a deterrent.

Bob -- I have been checking CL but so far no luck. I would love to catch the scumbag red handed!!!
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David Harpe, Photographer
Denver | CO | USA | Posted: 12:39 PM on 01.04.14
->> Has anyone thought about hiring an assistant to babysit their gear during an event?

Seems like if three or four photographers got together and paid someone $50 to sit in the room and watch the gear it would be well worth it. Not saying this person would watch every piece of gear for every photographer...just the two or three that paid this person. That way they wouldn't be responsible for knowing every single photographer allowed access. Credentials might be a challenge but if that could be worked out it seems like it would be pretty cheap insurance.
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Josh Weisberg, Photographer
Redmond | WA | | Posted: 12:49 PM on 01.04.14
->> Well this all begs another question: what does everyone do for camera insurance?
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Bob Markey, Photographer
Royal Palm Beach | FL | USA | Posted: 1:26 PM on 01.04.14
->> How does that Amazon lock work? I looked unsuccessfully for a demo video.
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Josh Weisberg, Photographer
Redmond | WA | | Posted: 1:59 PM on 01.04.14
->> Here's a video: http://www3.pny.com/Portable-MacBook-Locking-System-P3226C541.aspx
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Clark Brooks, Photo Editor, Photographer
Urbana | IL | USA | Posted: 6:21 PM on 01.04.14
->> I roll my locker with me to venues I've never been to or have security I don't trust. My suggestion, get a Black and Decker rolling tool box, two padlocks and a six foot 1/4" braided cable. I latch the rolling case to the nearest fixed object and store extra gear and computer equipment inside. The may be two minutes it takes to pull out the laptop is not a big deal. It would take a really motivated individual to steal it.
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Steven Limentani, Photographer
Charlotte | NC | United States | Posted: 9:19 PM on 01.04.14
->> Sam, my Macbook Air has the lock on it and it works fine.
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Jason Myers, Photographer
West Palm Beach | FL | USA | Posted: 10:23 PM on 01.04.14
->> I lock things up all the time but just downloaded hiddenapp.com For $30 bucks for the year as a next step measure if it does disappear.
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Mark Peters, Photographer
Highland | IL | USA | Posted: 10:54 PM on 01.04.14
->> For additional visual deterrence, I find the STOP tags and tattoos to be well worth the money.

https://www.stoptheft.com/stop-security-plate
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John Korduner, Photographer
Baton Rouge | LA | United States | Posted: 3:14 AM on 01.05.14
->> "I have to agree with Jeff. Bank robbers don't look like robbers. It doesn't matter what profession you are in... There are always those who will take advantage of an opportunity and equipment laying around in what is supposed to be a secure area is just waiting to be picked up."

I am constantly amazed by the large segment of society that would appear ordinary, other than the fact they seem truly incapable of comprehending right from wrong.

Just last month I was approached by someone for help because the police would not assist when he tried to file a report for his stolen phone. I assumed he just lacked a serial number or purchase receipt. When I asked where he got the phone, his response was...the library.

Not even an hour later, I watched a judge ask an individual why he stole a closed caption security system from Wal Mart. The response was..."because someone stole guns from my house, and I didn't want it to happen again."
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Chuck Steenburgh, Photographer
Lexington | VA | USA | Posted: 8:55 AM on 01.05.14
->> I think I was there at UNCA when you had your stuff stolen Randy (no this is not a confession)...glad I had my cable lock with me at that tournament. As I recall, the work area was right next to an exit...hop skip and a jump for thieves to walk off with stuff.
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Randy Sartin, Photographer, Assistant
Knoxville | TN | USA | Posted: 10:58 AM on 01.05.14
->> Yeah Chuck it was UNCA vs. VMI for the conference championship. And yes, you could be out the door in no time. They left my laptop (which was also unsecured) and just rolled the airport security out. Yes, I was stupid.

On a side note, Hill & Usher could not have done a better job taking care of me.
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Josh Weisberg, Photographer
Redmond | WA | | Posted: 1:00 PM on 01.05.14
->> The problem with hidden app as well as iCloud is that they're easy to deactivate. The thief simply needs to boot the machine while holding down the right key sequence, which then puts it into recovery mode, and then reinstall the OS. This erases the hard drive, including anything like hidden app. The Genius bar guy said that while you don't get your machine back, at least the data is wiped.

These solutions work much better on phones, which are harder to wipe.
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Kevin M. Cox, Photographer
Galveston & Houston | TX | US | Posted: 5:55 PM on 01.05.14
->> Speaking of software to help recovery stolen computers, I've read numerous good things about Prey: http://preyproject.com Basic accounts are free.
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Fred Greaves, Photographer
San Diego | CA | USA | Posted: 10:39 PM on 01.05.14
->> I've been happy with the PNY lock on my 15: Retina MacBook Pro... but it is a good idea to read the instructions so that you use the right part for the right laptop. Once you use the right spacer, it works great.
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Michael Chang, Photographer
Mobile | AL | USA | Posted: 10:02 AM on 01.17.14
->> Fred: Does it lift the laptop up? I've been looking at that lock, but I'm worried that it'll lift that corner up and cause it to wobble.
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Elan Kawesch, Photographer, Student/Intern
Boston | MA | USA | Posted: 12:35 AM on 01.19.14
->> I was also thinking about the PNY lock, but it seems like the part that attaches to the laptop is very easy to break. This video didn't do much to help my decision: http://vimeo.com/73218508
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Andrew Nelles, Photographer
Chicago | IL | usa | Posted: 11:27 PM on 01.19.14
->> I've been using this for my Macbook Air. It's a little pricy, but it seems solid.

http://macbracket.com/
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George Bridges, Photographer, Photo Editor
Washington | DC | USA | Posted: 10:49 AM on 01.20.14
->> I've got an old PacSafe product that I don't think they make anymore, sadly, which is a secure way to store laptops or small items. It is a sleeve with their mesh wire encased in fabric so it won't scratch and will fit bigger than a 15-inch laptop and a few other things. This particular one is flat so it packs in a suitcase with no problem.

It is not easy to get to gear quickly like a cabe-secured laptop, but for lenses or a laptop with no cable lock slot it's a good option if you think security is horrendous. I use it on vacation all the time, as well as a smaller one, to secure iPad, or laptop, passport, cell phone, P&S camera etc. when out of a hotel room.

While not easy access, it is a good way to secure gear in a high-traffic area.

They do make this bag now that if made to drop camera lenses in that could also secure a laptop and other small gear you need to leave in the workroom.

http://pacsafe.com/pacsafe-c35l-stealth-camera-bag-protector
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Fred Greaves, Photographer
San Diego | CA | USA | Posted: 8:11 AM on 01.21.14
->> No, it doesn't lift it up. It is thin enough that it will fit between the bottom of the display and the desk (or whatever your laptop is sitting on) with no problem. I also have the Uncommon shell on my MBP, so that also gives me a little extra elevation, but it worked before I had the shell on it.
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