Preparing Your Cameras and Gear for the Apocalypse

Matt Granger is, I think, one of Australia’s Best Photographic Instructors. He is well rehearsed and very, very professional. He has a wonderful teaching style, and a cheeky ‘tongue-in-cheek‘ mannerism when it comes to the Apocalypsebut, he is dead serious about teaching photography. With a slangy down-to-earth presentation; some people might think he swears a lot (what would you expect of an Aussie?). He has, in my opinion, a great sense of humour and presence. Not only do I find his presentations fun to watch – but I learn many things.

>> Sound On – This best viewed in FULL SCREEN (the small icon at the bottom right of this video). If you only have a slow speed Internet connection you may want to wait until you have access to a high speed connection (IE: WiFi Hotspot – at a nearby restaurant or library).

How to photograph the Apocalypse

Published on Dec 6, 2012

“The end is near – here are Matt’s top tips to survive and get great [photographic] shots of this once in a lifetime occurrence.“

For the most part I don’t allow advertizing or promotions on my website. But, I do recognize that younger folks have to make a living. You’ll get to Matt’s hyperlinks by watch his video directly on YouTube [click on the YouTube icon at the bottom right of the above video], and the Show more, thatnikonguy, or a direct to the link to the YouTube posting of this video: http://youtu.be/X0UeRmIwLvA

On my own YouTube channel I did click a ‘like button” for this video.

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