I have tons of photos, so many that I'm overwhelmed thinking about processing them.
While I recover, here are some shots I took at the MINI press conference from press day two of the NY Auto Show. KISS was slated to be there, so I got there at 9 a.m. sharp - yes, I was the first dorky photographer there. I don't care. I wanted my spot and I wanted my shots. I also threw in my bag, as I usually do, one of my random toy cameras. This time it was the Sprocket Rocket available from Lomography.com. It was loaded with some special effects film by Austrian company Revolog called Tesla which creates random lightning effects. KISS? Sprocket Rocket? Random lightning? RAD!!!!
Of course, I got the important shots for the client first. See them and a classic shot of Gene Simmon's tongue here.
The film is rated 200 ASA. I had a flash on the Sprocket Rocket, but the fixed exposure didn't let in *quite* enough light for this shot. It's still cool.