Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Eton Solar photo shoot on Hidden Beach with Jay Watson

Local beach shoot in Aptos for Eton cool solar electronics company in Palo Alto. The whole crew tried to be as green as possible by car pooling, bringing Aptos Water and nalgene bottles for the clients, models, assistants so they could refill the water from the bigger 3 gallon bottles. Coffee in thermos's from a Think Local First Santa Cruz company Pacific Coffee Roasting, Ola Chica swim suits, Kuhl clothing, Keen Shoes, Pistil, Osprey packs, eyewear from Smith Optics and Arnette, which I felt fit the shoot best, Kelty coolers and chairs, some REI product, GSI table, local food by the Picnic Basket in Santa Cruz we got 15 scones, sandwiches and chocolate and oatmeal cookies. Hair and Make up by Thayse from Prima Salon. My company Maximum Impact Design producing, location scouting, art directing, logistics, food, and all the rest in Aptos. Santa Cruz surfboard and Santa Cruz Skateboard. Next shoot is a Pool Party... Fill in socks and shoes from the Sockshop and Shoe company and the Socksmith. Thank you to Cindy Whitehead Sportstylist® to the intro to Arnette. Jam Collective for Osprey, Keen, Alite connections. Shoot photography by Jay Watson not posted yet. These were taken by me.

Some of the items we shot.

Eton, a company known for its hand-cranked, turbine-powered radios and audio accessories, solar powered products for iOS devices, solar-powered Bluetooth speakers, both of which include the ability to charge devices through a built-in USB port and more. The Rukus XL comes in at 7 lbs and dimensions of 14.5″ x 8.12″ x 5.25″.

Rugged Rukus model, you’ll get the same 8+ hours of playback from 5 hours of full sun but in a more compact form factor. Other added benefits are an IPX-4 splash proof rating and loops for attaching to a backpack or elsewhere, making it a great option for those planning on lugging the speaker to the beach, pool, camping, etc. The Rugged Rukus is significantly lighter than the XL, but Eton didn’t have exact specs yet. Dimensions for the Rukus: 6.5″ x 5.9″ x 1.8″.

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