I just finished a week long shoot in Haiti. My assignment was to gather footage for a project that our friends at North 40 Productions started 2 years ago about the Wenatchee Rotary's clean water project in Haiti. I slung my trusty 5D and 7D, loaded with the new Tamron 24-70mm F2.8 VC and the Tamron 70-200mm F2.8 VC. These lenses as a pair are perfect for the fast pace documentary workflow. Shooting handheld with the VC feature on both lenses opened the opportunity for me to get smooth and stable footage. I've compiled a collection of photos that only scratch the surface of my experience among the wonderful people of Milot Haiti. At a later date I will share the video that will emerge from the hours of footage captured while on this trip. The post production will be done by North 40 as a continuation of their Haiti story from 2 years ago.