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I had an early call this morning from a friend working the event photography for the 18th annual Vulcan Materials Funshoot, a competition to benefit the Cancer Therapy & Research Center at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio at the National Shooting Complex. The event organizers were trying to print photos onsite with a photo quality color laser printer supplied by a vendor but it was not suited well at all for printing souvenir photos on site. They asked if I would mind donating time, services and prints… by the way can I get there as soon as possible.
I usually like to prep and run the gear well before the event but no time for this one. I was lucky I just received a shipment of supplies for it and so I loaded up my Macbook Pro laptop, supplies and my Sony SnapLab and headed to the location.