Podcast: EP64 – The Long and Wide Of It

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Ryu actually did something for a change, but he can’t talk much about it as there is such a thing called NDA.  Matt made a lot of mistakes and from that he actually learned something for a change.

Assignment Desk
I guess we didn’t do such a good job of inspiring you to do this assignment.  For your next assignment, you are responsible for …

… wide and long.  You need to give us two shots from the same match/game.  One wide and one long.  Bonus points for having some theme running through both of them. Good luck.

Pledge QQQs
Questions from the Patreon pledgers:
-Sony A9, the camera to end all sports cameras?
-How to charge for corporate work?  What?
-Exposures under a strong light?
-Sell the 24-70mm and go for a prime?
If you are a Patreon pledger, you are entitled to ask one question per episode.  So get asking.

Canon 200mm f1.8.
If you have any other suggestions, tell us at saveme@biglensfastshutter.com

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

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