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Matt shoots rodeo and Ryu shoots football and climbing. And he bought a new 400 2.8.
We asked you to become friends with negative space. Okay turnout, but still not enough. As for the results, well, sort of kind of …. you should listen to the show.
… 3D. Not Sharknado 3D, but be mindful of the distance between the subject and yourself as well as the background. But do listen to the podcast first to figure out what we want from you.
Questions from the Patreon pledgers:
-How to deal with two camera bodies during a shoot?
-How do you continue to improve?
-How do you prepare yourself with a new season of a sport?
-How to critique your own photos?
If you are a Patreon pledger, you are entitled to ask one question per episode. So get asking.
We discuss images by a photographer that I’m not too keen on. But the images are good, so here you go: 8 Olympic Games later: Sports photography with style and substance
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Special thanks to…
Our producer Robb Massar
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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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