Andrew Scrivani shoots some seriously excellent food photography for the New York Times. Right now, his right arm is not useable. A problem since all heavy-ass DSLR cameras are made for righties, unless you shell out ridiculous cash for a custom build.
His solution? A Frankensteinian creation that uses flash mounting bracket and remote shutter release to make the camera easy to handle and shoot with the left hand. It works pretty well - but if you guys have some better ideas for Andrew to try, let's hear 'em. You can check out the full process over.here. [Andrew Scrivani]