Disclaimer: It’s too hot and I’m writing this post just in my underwear. Hope that’s okay with you. I came across this on lifehacker recently. Didn’t think much of it until I realised that there are fair number of shooting modes that pertains to sports photography. Low and behold, that’s what I’m going to talk about […]Read more "Ryu: Modes de la sports"
When I look at photographs from mums and dads taking photos of their children or their children’s sports teams they generally look the same. They often look like this: Typically, one of the kids in the photo is theirs, but often it’s not even the one with the ball. You can hear the conversation now […]Read more "Syd: Getting rid of clutter"
My football season ended few weeks ago and I’m on my way back from Tokyo. I know, tough life. I apologise for this post going out slightly late, but hopefully you’ll forgive me as I was not only vacationing in south east Asia, rather honeymooning. Since it’s hailed as a “once in a lifetime experience”, […]Read more "Ryu: Hot stove league shooting"
This post is about the AF-ON button or back button focus. If you already use this technique – go and make yourself a martini! Before computers enabled auto-focus systems in cameras, the photographer had to manually focus their lenses and the process of taking a picture involved four steps: set the exposure, focus, compose and […]Read more "Syd: Use a different button to focus"
We’re already at episode 4 and we decide to talk about Workflow, sports photography as a business and lots more. Listen and download links here: – Subscribe and listen via iTunes – Get RSS feed – Get MP3 (Click to listen or right click to save it to your computer) News – Our best and worst shoots this […]Read more "Podcast: Episode 4 – Workflow"