Podcast: EP55– The Fluid Podcast

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Matt ran away (or still running away) from things and Ryu doesn’t like Leicester nor is he too fond of large photo agencies.

Assignment Desk
Wide and close.  And none of you did them so that’s just wrong in so many different levels.  And next week’s assignment is…

… wide and close.  Again.  You know the drill.  Get off your buttocks and get shooting.  Don’t let us come and tell you that you can’t do a simple assignment from a photographer who runs away from things and another one who can’t even get into a Leicester City match.

Pledge QQQs
This month we had 5 questions from our Patreon pledgers; workflow involving RAW and JPG, where one can locate decent sports photographs on the net, composition, stadium shots, creativity and pressure, and on context. If you are a Patreon pledger, you are entitled to ask one question per episode.  So get asking.

This is an interesting one.  Listen to the show to find out just what we thought was an excellent photo this month.

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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