Since our inception we have had the privilege to work some some pretty incredible companies, one of those is Ty Hafan

Ty Hafan help life-limited children in Wales by providing  comfort, care and support to, young people and their families in the hospice, in the community and in their home so they can make the most of the time they have left together.

We have now created 3 videos for Ty Hafan, all focusing on their "Rainbow run" event (one currently in the edit). 

During the filming of the events we are bombarded with coloured powder, covering us head to foot in a most beautiful spectrum of "camera ruining" dust.

When talking to fellow photographers on the event, it was clear that they had left their most prized possessions at home and chose to take a B camera, or even a simple point and shoot, now it could be argued that it doesn't matter what equipment you use on a shoot, you can get a good photo if you know what your doing.

We (EOM) on the other hand said screw that! If were being paid to cover an event we want to get the best quality we can possible muster, even if it means putting out shiny new camera on the line. 

This got me thinking, to what lengths would you go to "get the shot"? 

Answers on a post card.