Now that I'm not doing any studio photography work anymore there is little need for me to keep these items in my office taking up room. So here is a list of my gear. All items are in like new condition (I've always taken really good care of my gear) so my prices on these items are a great value.
This studio kit is an extremely complete kit and can cover any event or photoshoot.
Elienchrome Scanlite 1000 watt hot light with adapter for 5 Foot octobox
2 Elienchrome Varistar Umbrellas
2 Avenger A0025B lightstands
5 Foot Photoflex Octodome Softbox
2 Alienbees B400 studio flash units
1 Cybercommander wireless flash controller with 2 receivers
51 inch PLM round softbox with spill kill rear panel and mounting bracket
22 inch Beautydish with diffusion sock and mini boom arm
Polaris Ambient / flash / spot meter
Natural light reflector kit including 4 different reflectors and 2 diffusion panels with Photoflex carrying case.
Retail value of this kit is 3,000.
I'm selling it for 1,750. FIRM
Give me a call if you're interested.
I'm also selling some individual studio items as well.
Background stand <SOLD>
2 Impact 42" umbrellas <SOLD>
Savage posing table 20.00
Botero blue mist background 5'x6' 20.00
Chroma key Green / Blue reversible background 6'x7' <SOLD>
Lastolite Drk Grey/Lite Gray reversible background 6'x7' 85.00
Off the Wall set designs Textured brick panel (can be used as background or floor) (orig $2,500) selling for 250.
Black cloth background 30.00
Manfrotto tripod 658B with 322RC2 Rapid head & 2 extra mounting plates (orig $700) selling for 350.
Black folding print stand solid oak 40.00
If you are one of the many photographers who have the new Sony mirrorless cameras or you want to learn more about them prior to purchasing, this class will explain the modes, benefits and how to bring out their best. These cameras are packed with many modes and systems to make photography easier and better but it's hard to figure this out from just an instruction book. Come get the scoop on mirrorless.
Tech/Adult Center, Computer Lab
13055 Bill Francis Drive, Auburn
10/27/16 Thursday 2:00pm - 5:00pm $29.00
(To attend the class you MUST sign up in advance with Placer School for Adults (530)885.8585 or www.placeronline.org)
One of the features that attracted me to the Sony mirrorless digital cameras was the ability to use different lenses. Not only could I use some of my Canon EF lenses but in my camera collection I could drag out the older Olympus, Pentax, and even Carl Zeiss from my Contax camera system and give them new life and extend my creative options.
For my older Contax lenses I purchased the Metabones CY-E mount adapter. My reason I went with the more expensive adapter for the Zeiss lenses is because the value and quality of the optic. I wanted to make sure that quality was "passed down" to the Sony. And I wasn't disappointed the tight fit and ability to focus smoothly wasn't affected in the least.
K&F concept adapters I purchased for both my Pentax and Olympus OM lenses. And found them to be every bit as good as the Metabones adapters with all metal construction and a solid feel. The lenses also focus all the way to Infinity like the Metabones. So in both cases these adapters are a great way to bring the older film lenses into the digital age and give them value in imaging again.
I wanted to create a blog post/discussion for the students that have taken my classes through Placer School for adults. Sign up and post your questions and I'll answer them here.
Almost every year for New Years we head off to Monterey CA. for some great ocean-side hiking and great food to start the new year off right. We began the trip with a trip to the local shops to spend some of our Christmas money, and I was sorely temped in adding another camera to my bag at Greens Camera. We then ended our day with dinner and a movie. With a great quick dinner at California Pizza Kitchen and the new Star Wars movie it was a great way to end the day. On new years eve we went on an all day walk (7 hours) from our hotel room to the little town of Pacific Grove where we wander through the shops and try new little coffee shops and the great views along the way. And then went to Vito's (Best Italian Restaurant ever!) for our traditional New Year's Eve feast.
New Years day was the best of them all, we went for another all day hike at Point Lobos, and I couldn't believe after over 16 years of going to Monterey we had never gone to this jewel of a state park. I took more photos than I could have imagined. Dramatic scenery and clouds were all around me and I was seeing great potential images all around me. I have polished many of them but I have a ton more to go through and edit.
It was a incredible trip and I can't wait to get back to Point Lobos for another photo/hiking excursion. If you would like to view/purchase some of the images from my trip view some of them here at http://jasonlee.zenfolio.com/jasonleefineart