As Ryu and I check out the work of people in the Flickr group we often see long series of pictures from the same play. Yes, modern cameras can do 9-11 frames per second, and that’s fine – except for Ryu who shoots some kind of film no one’s ever heard of. But it’s good […]Read more "Editing a Sequence"
Matt and I, we both get occasional emails asking us how to grow a nice moustache. Strange, yes as Matt has the worst moustache I’ve ever seen on a human being. But even more occasionally, we get asked how one becomes a sports photographer. In most cases we tell people to go through the […]Read more "Ryu: Get ’em young I say, get ’em young!"
Podcast: Episode 35 – “Prepare” Listen and download links here: – Subscribe and listen via iTunes (We’ve re-published our audio feed, but you may need to unsubscribe and resubscribe. Technology is fun!) – Get RSS feed – Get MP3 (Click to listen or right click to save it to your computer) News Ryu & Matt talk about end […]Read more "Podcast: Episode 35 – Prepare"
Hello there. At the airport wondering why people havoing such difficult time with our current You Win: Emotions in sports. It is beyond me that why some of you are so locked in on the action and cannot figure out that the most important thing in sports is the reaction to winning and losing. But […]Read more "Ryu: Shooting amateurs professionally"
Afternoon. But by the time this goes out, it could be evening or morning. We’ll see. All’s well in the European front as I’m on my way to shoot some football in Manchester. That’s Manchester in England and not the fake one in New Hampshire. I’m also now toying with the idea of getting a […]Read more "Ryu: Low and behold"
As is the case with almost all my posts, I’m writing this when I’m bored to tears. I’m kidding. Kind of. But I do think about you when I write about it so there is still some hope between you and me. I’m at Oberstdorf shooting the Nebelhorn Trophy. That’s figure skating to you and […]Read more "Ryu: Saving private Spot"
Every assignment is different depending on what your editor needs, the nature of the venue, and the access you have. Sometimes you’re there to make pictures that will sell to the widest variety of clients. Other times it’s a big game and you need pictures of the most important plays. Once in a while you’ll […]Read more "Matt: Before You Hit the Shutter"