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Get a Roller
David Seelig, Photographer
Hailey | ID | USA | Posted: 4:20 PM on 01.16.18
->> As some have seen I am going Sony the reason weight more fps and better af in the A9 then the 1dx mk11. I am 60 years old and my body has arthritis in 4 places at least. No I can still run down a sideline, but after woods a day later I hurt. When I started shooting sports we had no rollers. We walked our gear on our shoulders and backs. I remember Heinz Kluetmier with his backpack then hearing he needed shoulder surgery. I can only say this to you young tough guys who say they do not need it. Your are a stupid idiiot wait till you are my age. Then we will see if tough really means stupid.
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Jesse Beals, Photographer
Tracyton | WA | USA | Posted: 3:13 AM on 01.17.18
->> Been doing this since 1999 and have probably another 18 years to go. In this time I have had my right shoulder re-built, my neck / spine corrected by a chiropractor at least 100 times, and as of late looks like my right arm (Tennis Elbow) will be next to go under the knife. Ive basically blown out my right arm from all the times raising it up and down to take a picture.
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