Podcast: EP20 – The West Virginia of Germany

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Matt shot some college football which started off very slow but came around when USC visited Stanford in the late afternoon light. Ryu was frustrated that he missed his boyfriend Christiano Ronaldo’s Champions League goal against Manchester City, but had a good time shooting figure skating.

Master Class
Ryu and Matt talk about risk versus reward in sports photography.

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

You Win
Our September 2012 themed competition was “Depth
The winner is…no one. We’ll talk about this more and put up a blog post about what we’re looking for.
The October 2012 themed competition is “Panning”. Goto our BLFS flickr group page for competition rules and to enter.

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

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

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2 thoughts on “Podcast: EP20 – The West Virginia of Germany

  1. FWIW, I’m not selling photos. I’m *very much* an amateur and I don’t have the skills or the equipment to pass myself off as anything more. I *am* trying to pull together photo collages of the players for their parents (for free, for fun, as gifts for the end of their season). Thanks for the feedback. I’ll keep trying to find more dynamic and exciting moments. So far, I’ve been caught up in learning the mechanics of getting decently exposed photos of each of the players with the ball. It’s a steep learning curve, and your podcast has helped me improve.

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