Our best and worst shoots this past month.
Ryu dealt with the new French national team kit whilst Syd was busy with his Formula 1 crash.
We introduce… Kenny Ramsay
Ryu and Syd interview Kenny Ramsay, a sports photographer from Scotland.
Kenny’s website: http://www.kennyramsay.com/
Here are screenshots and links to some reference documents relating to the settings we discussed in the Podcast.
Canon AF settings
Nikon AF settings
Our monthly competition for our readers and listeners and last month’s theme was “ball”.
The winner is Vanessa Lim from Singapore and her image of water polo can be seen on the rotating image at the top of our website. Her flickr photostream is here.
2nd place goes to Asdrubal Diaz from Venezuela with the basketball shot and 3rd place goes to Alvaro Campo Garcia from parts unknown with the football shot.
For the April competition it’s motion blur. Goto our BLFS flickr group page for competition rules.
Far Post, Near Post
Our readers’ questions of the month. This month, we tackle white balance setting in indoor sports and off camera flash at a sporting venue.
GAS of the month
– ZTS Mini Multi-Battery Tester (Adorama, B&H,info)
– MAHA / POWEREX MH-C9000 WizardOne Charger-Analyzer
– Ricoh GXR with Ricoh LENS A12 28mm F2.5 (Adorama, B&H,info)
– Ricoh VF-2 External Viewfinder (Adorama, B&H)
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