This week I’ve made a short (1 min) video on the whole process of shooting a game of football/soccer. The match was a round 2 AFC game in Melbourne. Typically, most photographers would arrive at least 60 minutes before kick-off. This gives time to setup remote cameras behind the goal, take some pre-match photos if there’s something interesting going on, and in some cases sign-out loan equipment. Hope you enjoy the video (sorry about the shakes – I’ll get better with practise):
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