Seattle Photographer Chase Jarvis has posted a fun 3-minute video showing a slick DIY laptop case his team put together for outdoor location shoots. Great for those hard to reach environments where you can’t fit your Mac Pro and 30-inch flat-screen in the helicopter with the rest of your gear.
The travel kit is built around a rugged, waterproof Pelican 1490 laptop case, and includes a fold-out screen shade, hidden firewire drives for working files and a backup, plus flashcard storage and reader. Chase throws in a fun twist for reviewing images with your creative director using the new Apple remote. The parts cost about $250 and it takes a couple hours to put together.
Read more about this in the full post on the Chase Jarvis Blog:
We couldn’t find Amazon links for the Little Hotties Adhesive Toe Warmers that Chase uses in cold weather to drastically increase his laptop battery life. Nor could we find velcro tape (you can probably track that down locally).
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Source: CreativeTechs’ Craig Swanson has recently been asked by a few clients to do a little consulting on blogging and online marketing. This video is one of Chase’s first experiment at creating a viral video to spur some word-of-mouse PR.