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  • Last year when I shot the Chicago Bears, I was literally the only Nikon shooter on the sidelines (believe me, I checked). It was a sea of gray glass, so I stuck out like a sore thumb. When I shot the Tampa Bay Bucs a few months back, there was actually one Nikon shooter out there, so I wasn't totally alone (but almost). But last Sunday I was at the Bucs vs. Giants playoff game (my buddy Dave bought me playoff tickets for Christmas; 35 yard line---2nd row. It made our embarrassing loss even more vivid---kudos to the Giants though, who played a really great game). Anyway, it was about 15 minutes before kickoff, and two photographers were standing just off to our right, and son-of-a-gun if both of them weren't shooting Nikon D3s (with long glass). I had to point it out to…

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    Rod Harlan, over at DV Confidential.com has picked, and posted, the seven-best professionally produced viral videos of 2007, and you can watch them all right on his site. He did it into 2 parts (so it starts with a post of the seven most popular, and then expands, so scroll down once you get there to find the 2nd part). Here's the categories Rod chose winners in: Best Commercial Best Worst Commercial Best 5 Seconds Ever Best Conference Video Best Video Pushing a Brand Best Video to Launch a New Website Best Web Video Advertising Campaign This is very cool stuff, and if you've got a few minutes, you'll be just amazed at the level of stuff they're producing. Here's the link to Part 1.

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