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Matt (Reno Rodeo) and Ryu (European Athletic Championship) both had extended shoots in June. We also have a bit of news about one of our listeners, Kenneth Armstrong, who was recently picked up as a stringer for Reuters.
Ryu and Matt talk about how to break out of a slump.
In Training Ground we critique pictures from listeners who bravely ask for it in our Flickr group.
Our June 2012 themed competition was “Outside the Box”
The winner is Kenneth Armstrong from Belgium Canada with this beautiful baseball picture:
Second place is ramsfotobites and third place is Isaac Ferrera – Fotografo.
The July 2012 themed competition is “Parts, Part 2”. Goto our BLFS flickr group page for competition rules and to enter.
Post your images to our flickr group for constructive or destructive critique here.
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Audio Production/Editing: David Whittaker
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4 thoughts on “Podcast: EP17 – All Kenneth All the Time”
“The winner is Kenneth Armstrong from Belgium with this beautiful baseball picture:”
Think bacon, not waffles. I’m actually Canadian :P
Thank you for the podcast and for keeping me on my toes.
Part of our advice is to become Belgian.
Not mine, but your picture is beautiful. :) Good job Kenneth.
WOW! I had not seen this! Thank you very much!