So, how far have you gone for a photo? I think I set my own record tongiht. Found myself on the beachy part of the Lake superior shore tongiht with the Speed Graphic in tote. Was a bit windy and the waves were growing pretty high and whitecapping. Some kids a ways down the beach where sitting about five feet from shore getting pummped by what was left of the waves as they came in. One of my friends sees this,a nd things it looks liek a whole lot of fun, so he puts his swim trunks on and goes out tow here the waves are really big and breaking, and gets pummeled by them. This is at about 10:00PM, and I'm thinking how great some photos could look from right up there in the middle of the action. I was without swimwear, so at first I thought "Oh well, a great idea I won't be able to shoot." Then I decided to go hardcore and get the damned photos, so before I know it, I'm standing in my boxers about 150 feet off shore (And still only waitst deep surprisingly) in the middle on the night with a Speed Graphic resting on top of my head. Flash is attached to a Quantum battery pack which is in a vinyl Swiss Army Gasmask bag which is now strapped to my neck and being held on my shoulder. All focusing/aiming is being done by the small light of my Kalart Focuspot. At this point, the normal shoot/cycle sequence has a few extra steps in it. Shoot, Jump to avoid whitecap, Cycle Grafmatic, Jump to avoid whitecap, Cock shutter, jump to avoid whitecap, cycle darkslide, Keep jumping to avoid whitecaps until a real big one decides to slam us again, Shoot, repeat. I really hope these photos don't end up sucking. That was a lot of effort to get them.