olindacat

olindacat

Lives in United States Kula, Maui, HI, United States
Works as a Golf guide publisher
Has a website at www.mauigolfreview.com
Joined on Apr 3, 2005
About me:

Started working in print when I was 13. Ran a multilith 1250 letterpress at a mail order house when I was 16. Did lighting for a show at 30 Rock when I was 16. Worked in print in NYC during my 20s. Started my own magazine after 10 years in the business when I was 33. Over 50 now and no longer shoot 4x5 and 8x10 sheet film -- miss my Toyo 810M, Linhof Kardan and Sinar P view cameras. I have owned and shot digital since the E10 era. I publish golf magazines. In NYC for several months each year.

olindacat's recent activity

  • I bought Mack coverage for my D800E and then fell off of a golf cart and snapped my 24-70 right off the front of it. Total loss. I had never bought a policy like this but was promised the sky when...
  • Created discussions Using monopod for height.
    I am probably the worst person to talk technique when it comes to landscapes. I have to move very fast, with golf balls literally flying over my head at times. The work I do is editorial and I am...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Peace
    Boy on bike, central Vietnam, flashes peace sign to me as we both pedaled down highway.
    Placed 40th in the challenge. Boy on bike, central Vietnam, flashes peace sign to me as we both pedaled down highway.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Playing Maui's King Kamehameha Golf Club
    Shot in Waikapu.
    Placed 29th in the challenge. Shot in Waikapu.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Working Girl
    The women in Vietnam do hard labor.  They are very proud and often don't like to be photographed doing what many Westerner's would think of as man's work. This gal was in a village in South Vietnam somewhere between Sai Gon (a.k.a Ho Chi Minh City) and Nha Trang. I was riding a bicycle loaded with baggage from Bangkok to Hong Kong. This was along the way....
    Placed 32nd in the challenge. The women in Vietnam do hard labor. They are very proud and often don't like to be photographed doing what many Westerner's would think of as man's work. This gal was in a village in South Vietnam somewhere between Sai Gon (a.k.a Ho Chi Minh City) and Nha Trang. I was riding a bicycle loaded with baggage from Bangkok to Hong Kong. This was along the way....
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