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Podcast: Episode 11 – Good Morning Grant…and Jordan

Podcast: Episode 11 – Good Morning Grant…and Jordan

In Episode 11 we talk snow sports with two of the best, look at parts in the monthly competition, and discuss shooting etiquette and manners. Listen and download links here:

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News – Our best and worst shoots this past month.
Ryu shot figure skating and enjoyed the change, while he didn’t enjoy shooting Croatia vs Turkey due to boring play and cold weather. Matt went to Vegas to shoot the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo where he banged his head for ten days trying to find decent shooting positions.

We introduce… Grant Gunderson

…& Jordan Manley

Ryu and Matt interview snow sports photographers Grant Gunderson & Jordan Manley about shooting, travelling, and the weather.

Master class
Ryu and Matt talk about how conduct yourself at your first major sporting event.

Training Ground
In Training Ground we critique pictures from listeners who bravely ask for it in our Flickr group.

You Win
Our November 2011 themed competition was “Parts

The winner is Bashar Alshabi from Michigan with this baseball picture:

Second place is Serving Shade by Bernard Menettrier de Jollin

Third place is Me on the forest of Luosto by Jaakko Posti

The December themed competition is “Face(s)”. Goto our BLFS flickr group page for competition rules.

Training Ground
Post your images to our flickr group for constructive or destructive critique here.

Angry Matt
In our new segment, Matt shares a story that demonstrates the fact that he will leave no bridge un-burned.

Special thanks to…
Icon by Arvin Bautista
Audio Production/Editing: David Whittaker

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