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Ryu shot swimming and diving for two weeks, and Matt shot yet another rodeo and drift car.
Ryu and Matt answer a listener question about governing bodies for photographers and delve a bit deeper into how to get credentials and what to do if you can’t.
Training Ground is now on video. If you’d like to participate (and we think you should), enter your pictures in the Flickr thread and make sure to tag them BLFSTG201307.
Our July 2013 themed competition was “Sun, Sweat & …”
The winner was Jan Mulders with an unconventional picture that grabbed our attention:
Second place was a nice waterskiing picture by jrash168, and third place was empty.
The August 2013 themed competition is ” Ball and…/Cheerleaders”. Goto our BLFS flickr group page for competition rules and to enter.
July Podium winners are:
1) carlina999 with this excellent baseball picture
2) Jens Söderblom with this pole vault picture
3) Wayne Lucero with this lacrosse picture
Our new segment where we say good things about sports photographs is called Cross-Counter. Ryu picked Ozzie Sweet’s picture of baseball jerseys hanging on a line and Matt picked Mickey Mantle throwing his helmet in disgust.
Special thanks to…
Our new producer Robb Massar
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