Podcast: EP53 – Venezuelan Rhapsody

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News
Matt was sick and did nothing but hockey.  Ryu had a wonderfully horrible time shooting baseball in Venezuela.

Assignment Desk
Emotions. A key ingredient in a sport photograph. Why people value action in sports more than emotion knows nothing about sports photography. But hey, that’s why you’re listening to our podcast. And next week’s assignment is…

Masterclass
… details.  Get close and get even closer. Your lens should be foggy because you’re so close.  So listen, take notes, and give us some for the next episode.

Pledge QQQs
This month we had 3 questions from our Patreon pledgers; one about the future of sports photography, one on Auto WB, and one on Auto ISO. If you are a Patreon pledger, you are entitled to ask one question per episode.  So get asking.

Cross-Counter
It’s nice to see some people pushing the concept of sports photography with some infrared action. You can see them all here.

Special thanks to…
Our producer Robb Massar
Icon by Arvin Bautista

Training Ground
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.

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