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Jobu Design

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Jobu Design

349 Yonge St.

Toronto, Ontario, M5B1S5

Canada

Company Description

Jobu Design products are made in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We work hard to create the highest quality photographic support products at affordable prices for your enjoyment. We listen carefully to feedback from our customers, professional users, as well as our ...more

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Photoshopgurus


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TOOHEY & O'TOOLE


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BIRDS AS ART BULLETIN #384 « BIRDS AS ART.com

Or hold on for a bit as Robert O'Toole's long, long awaited Nikon Camera Guide should be available soon.
About five years ago I gave up and went shutter button AF all the way spending half my time switching from AI Servo to One-Shot and back again.... Robert O'Toole has always used rear button focus and about a year ago he convinced me to make the switch full time. He believes that when the shutter is released that AF tracking may be momentarily interrupted but that when you use rear focus the camera continues to track well even when the shutter is released. My good friend, BAA posse member, oft co-leader, Photoshop guru, and Nikon and digital imaging expert, and very fine photographer Robert O'Toole has been pushing a new Jobu Jr. Head. I have seen various Jobu heads in the past and none of them were any good at all. The new one that Robert showed me is much better. I got to handle it on our recent Bear Boat IPT. The knob on the clamp is pitifully small, so small that I would not be caught dead using it. When I mentioned its tiny size to Robert he said, and I quote. Robert O'Toole and I have 3 slots open on our first Homer Fall Bald Eagle IPT and due to a cancellation, one on the second trip. We are glad to offer blog folks a $200 late registration discount. If you like to photograph eagles you have not lived until you have been to Homer. Robert and I have photographed Homer both before and after the Jean Keene era. Few if any (aside from us) have mastered the latter.... THE OCT/NOV 2011 HOMER-BASED BALD EAGLE IPTs with Arthur Morris and Robert O'Toole Robert was a super co-leader. Or could I? It was an incredible experience for a Bald Eagle fanatic like me. Do not hesitate to join artie and Robert.


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Jobu Jr.3 - Robert O'Toole
Robert O'Toole's Blog entry illustrates the great day-to-day usability of this great gimbal head.


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By Robert O'Toole
Tags: Macro photography, Robert O'Toole 24mm F1.4 Art lens Reversed for High Magnification Macro Photography By Robert O'Toole Tags: Action Photography, Robert O'Toole, surfing This winter the El Nino weather phenomenon is creating ideal conditions for big wave surfing photography. By Robert O'Toole Tags: Nature Photography, Robert O'Toole, Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports, Wildlife Photography Imagine one of finest places in the world for photography, filled with a vast system of mountains, lakes, and hundreds of miles of wild and untamed rivers and streams. A home for brown bear, eagles, fox, and wolves. Thankfully Katmai is visited by only a small number of people each year. Maybe the fact that this place is not reachable by car has something to do with it, but about only twenty to thirty thousand people visit this area of over four million plus acres each year. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Tour participant on the lookout for fox with a glacier and fireweed blooming in the background. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens at 230mm and Nikon D810, 1/250s, f/8, ISO 64, EV + .3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Tour participant on the lookout for fox with a glacier and fireweed blooming in the background. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens at 230mm and Nikon D810, 1/250s, f/8, ISO 64, EV + .3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Crossfox checking out our group. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens at 320mm and Nikon D810, 1/500s, f/16, ISO 560, EV + .3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Crossfox checking out our group. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens at 320mm and Nikon D810, 1/500s, f/16, ISO 560, EV + .3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. By Robert O'Toole Tags: Robert O'Toole, Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports, Wildlife Photography Exactly what makes Katmai Alaska such a special place for wildlife photographers? After all huge storms routinely sweep in from the gulf of Alaska with little warning and the animals, from the tinniest of insects to the largest bear, are in charge and humans are not at the top of the food chain. Getting around by air or sea is the only way to go and its expensive and unreliable. With the weather issues, dangerous inhabitants and difficulties getting around why do I keep going back for ten years straight? The photographic opportunities of course! © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Juvenile brown bear playing in a field of fireweed, Hallo Bay, Katmai, Alaska. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens at 600mm and Nikon D810, 1/000s, f/6.3, ISO 2000, EV + .7, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Juvenile brown bear playing in a field of fireweed, Hallo Bay, Katmai, Alaska. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens at 600mm and Nikon D810, 1/000s, f/6.3, ISO 2000, EV + .7, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. By Robert O'Toole By Robert O'Toole Tags: Robert O'Toole, Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports By Robert O'Toole Tags: macro, macro lenses, Nature Photography, Robert O'Toole Earlier this year I was lucky to be able escape the winter time temps at home and make a quick getaway to Asia. My stopover is located close to the equator and only has one season, hot and humid, with temps averaging 87 degrees year round with lots of rain. This might sound unpleasant but for insects and plants its just about perfect. The macro photography opportunities in equatorial Asia are almost mind boggling sometimes! © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Bi-color-damselfly. Sigma 150mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro, Nikon D810, manual mode | Shutter speed: 1/200 sec | Aperture: f/11 | ISO 200, single SBR200 flash, flash diffuser, Acratech GP ball head on Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. 5 image stack. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Bi-color-damselfly. Sigma 150mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro, Nikon D810, manual mode | Shutter speed: 1/200 sec | Aperture: f/11 | ISO 200, single SBR200 flash, flash diffuser, Acratech GP ball head on Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. 5 image stack. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | 100% crop view of the image above. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | 100% crop view of the image above. By Robert O'Toole Tags: Nature Photography, Robert O'Toole, Wildlife Photography Japanese Red-crowned Cranes: Sigma 150-600mm Sports Lens © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Japanese red-crowned crane pair in a snow storm. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens and Nikon D810 | Shutter speed: 1/30sec | Aperture: f/11 | Focal length: 150mm | ISO 64, EV + 1.3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Japanese red-crowned crane pair in a snow storm. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens and Nikon D810 | Shutter speed: 1/30sec | Aperture: f/11 | Focal length: 150mm | ISO 64, EV + 1.3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. Japanese red-crowned cranes in Hokkaido. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | All Sigma 150-600 Sports lens and Nikon D810 handheld. Japanese red-crowned cranes in Hokkaido. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | All Sigma 150-600 Sports lens and Nikon D810 handheld. By Robert O'Toole Tags: Nature Photography, Robert O'Toole, Wildlife Photography © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Japanese red-crowned crane pair in a snow storm. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens and Nikon D810 | Shutter speed: 1/30 sec | Aperture: f/11 | Focal length: 150mm | ISO 64, EV + 1.3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. © 2015 Robert O'Toole | Japanese red-crowned crane pair in a snow storm. Sigma 150-600 Sports lens and Nikon D810 | Shutter speed: 1/30 sec | Aperture: f/11 | Focal length: 150mm | ISO 64, EV + 1.3, Manual mode with Auto-ISO, UniqBall UBH 45 head and Jobu Algonquin Carbon Tripod. By Robert O'Toole Tags: Robert O'Toole


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Robert O'Toole
Robert O'Toole Robert O'Toole is an award winning professional photographer, as a BBC / Shell Wildlife "Photographer of the Year" competition award winner and the American Bald Eagle Foundation "Photographer of the Year " for 2008. A full time professional photographer specializing in wildlife and nature, Robert has been a professional photographer for more than 20 years. As an accomplished instructor, Robert leads photography tours across the US and internationally. Currently he is based in Florida and California and uses a variety of top professional cameras and Sigma lenses. Robert has also worked in commercial photography all around the globe, with clients including Quiksilver Inc, Billabong International, Liquid Energy Ltd, Action Sports Group, and Atoll Media Ltd.


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Robert O'Toole is an award winning professional photographer, as a BBC / Shell Wildlife "Photographer of the Year" competition award winner and the American Bald Eagle Foundation "Photographer of the Year " for 2008.
A full time professional photographer specializing in wildlife and nature, Robert has been a professional photographer for more than 20 years. As an accomplished instructor, Robert leads photography tours across the US and internationally. Currently he is based in Florida and California and uses a variety of top professional cameras and Sigma lenses. Robert has also worked in commercial photography all around the globe, with clients including Quiksilver Inc, Billabong International, Liquid Energy Ltd, Action Sports Group, and Atoll Media Ltd. http://www.robertotoole.com/ Robert O'Toole A nature and landscape photographer for over 35 years, Robert currently resides in Orlando, Florida where he photographs birds and seashores regularly. Robert has been teaching avian and landscape photography professionally since 2005. He is a past winner in Nature's Best Windland Smith Rice International Photo Contest, NANPA showcase and National Audubon Society Photo Contest to name a few and a regular presenter at Florida's Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival. Jobu Jr.3 - Robert O'Toole Robert O'Toole's Blog entry illustrates the great day-to-day usability of this great gimbal head.


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