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Matt finally explains what rodeo is about (part 1 of many to follow) and Ryu shoots the Homeless World Cup.
High and low. Better, but still not the greatest. More people should participate, because it’s, you know, free. But it’s also true that you are getting better. Even if your improvement can be measured in micromillimeters. For the next episode it’s…
… emotion. You know the drill. Get off your buttocks and get shooting. Sports is about winning and losing. You have to get in there to capture the moment, even if it will cost you your soul.
This month we had a lot of questions from the Patreon pledgers:
-300mm or 400m lens?
-How do you juggle a big lens and a small lens whilst shooting?
-Is VR important in shooting sports?
-Pre focusing in baseball action?
-ND filters to slow shutter speed?
-How do you deal with heatwaves?
-Single or dynamic focus?
If you are a Patreon pledger, you are entitled to ask one question per episode. So get asking.
We go cycling amongst a sea of sunflowers for the billionth time.
“Tour de France 2016
Special thanks to…
Our producer Robb Massar
Icon by Arvin Bautista
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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