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Bryon Black
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Lived in San Jose, California
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I've been flying a lot recently (I'm a one man crew, doing video only), and I've been trying to find the best way to bring along my support gear (tripods, mic boom for shotgun mic, light stands, etc). Any suggestions? Currently I carry my support gear in a Photoflex transpac single kit case, but I always run over that 50 lb mark and I can barely squeeze everything in there. 
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Padded golf club travel bags work awesome for a bunch of like (read: long) items.  Also, if you can get some status on an airline (ie fly more than 25 or 50k miles in a year you can take up to 70lbs of gear per bag, up to 3 bags.   also, an expeditor like BellAir will ship gear anywhere in the world for you.  check them out.
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7:28 don't drop that bolt!
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New stuff on the blog!  A short Christmas film, hidden camera proposal video, wedding film and more! 
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I am a Media Guy for my church as well as other churches and ministries across the state. Also I do photography
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  • Bryon Black photo/video
    Photographer/Videographer, 2007 - present
  • FBC Vandalia
    Media Coordinator, 2009 - present
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San Jose, California - Vandalia, Ohio - Huber Heights, Ohio
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I make videos and take photos
Introduction
I am all about media in or related to churches and ministry.  I love to create videos and graphics to amplify the worship of my Savior, Jesus Christ.  I think social and other forms of media are an essential key to having any sort of lasting impact on a generation that eats, sleeps and breathes on the web.  Anything that helps accomplish this interests me.  Also, I like Mexican food.
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Galatians 6:14
Education
  • Wright State University
    Spanish, 2005 - 2009
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Came here for a rehearsal dinner. The pizza is terrible. Tastes like cardboard!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Until recently, Digital Cowboy offered a "free diagnostic" for computers that customers bring in. I had, in the past, brought in 2 different computers on 2 separate occasions and had them diagnosed for free. So, naturally, when another computer that I had built started having issues I didn't have time to deal with, I took it in to them for a free diagnostic. I spoke to the representative, and told him I wanted this "free diagnostic." He said, "Ok." and grabbed an order sheet, wrote my information on it, and told me to initial next to the service that said "$60 - Standard bench fee for troubleshooting and diagnostics." When I questioned him about the $60 on the paper, he said, "Yeah, it says $60, but we're just going to do that free diagnostic for you." Like an idiot, I believed him and initialed. 2 days later, I go in to pick up my computer, and they tell me I owe them $60 plus tax for the work. I ask, clearly confused, "I thought I was getting a free diagnostic?" The tech claims, and I kid you not, "The free diagnosis is that your computer wouldn't boot into Windows." Of course, I knew that the computer wouldn't boot into Windows; that's why I brought it in to them in the first place. So, basically their diagnosis is to tell me the exact same thing I tell them when I bring it in in the first place? But never mind the fact that the diagnostic bit was a sham. The representative I dealt with NEVER TOLD ME I WOULD BE CHARGED. I talked to him on 2 occasions over the phone during the 2 days my machine was in their shop, and never once did he say, "Okay, well any work we do from this point on, we will have to charge you for." Now, of course, all this could be explained away by saying it was simply a "bad employee." Except that a friend of mine contacted the owner to bring him up to speed on the situation and see what he had to say about everything. The owner, after looking into the situation, stood by what the employees had done and said, even agreeing that simply repeating the information I gave the representative when I first brought the machine in was sufficient for a "free diagnostic." Needless to say, I am out $60. I won't be going back to Digital Cowboy, and I'll be taking my friends, family and everyone I know who owns a computer with me.
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reviewed 3 years ago
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