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Ryu and Matt skip the month’s shooting highs and lows to pre-announce the Big Lens Fast Shutter Portfolio Review service. More information coming very soon.
Ryu and (mostly) Matt talk about stepping away from the field and shooting non-traditional events where you might be able to get closer to the action and make more interesting pictures.
Our September 2013 themed competition was “Night Games”
The runaway winner and early favorite for the Golden Bib is Brendan Bank with this sublime surfing picture.
Second place goes to Jimmy for this combo celebration/dejection picture.
Third place goes to Ben for a soccer celebration.
The October 2013 themed competition is “Emotionally Flawed”. Goto our BLFS flickr group page for competition rules and to enter.
Our new segment where we say good things about sports photographs is called Cross-Counter. We decided to go with sports portraits in response to a reader question. Ryu picked (John Tlumacki’s picture of a fan dancing in the stands and Matt picked Kieran Doherty’s picture from the UK Cold Water Swimming Championships. (first picture in gallery).
Special thanks to…
Our new producer Robb Massar
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