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Matt is on holiday shooting ice hockey and I’m bored with too many goals.
We asked you to shoot a something low. Terrible photos. But the participation numbers were putrid. It’s time for a change when we are going to kindly ask you to shoot some…
… seasons. Give us images that shows seasons, temperature, and/or weather. Easy. Especially for people living on earth. Probably not that easy on Mars. We expect better results
Questions from the Patreon pledgers:
Therfore, here are individual sports photography resolutions for 2018.
-Michael K: Support people like us, stop complaining about lights, won’t buy anymore bags.
-Jim S: Try not to buy a new photo bag
-Tom B: Taking more pictures and editing less.
-Michail B: Work hard in Georgia.
-Simon W: Shoot more emotion.
-Michael M: Shoot at Matt and Ryu’s standards.
-Kevin S: Take better photos.
No need to learn how to use LR or PS. Please leave those training sessions for your post sports photography careers.
If you are a Patreon pledger, you are entitled to ask one question per episode. So get asking.
We discuss the best images from 2018 by CNN. If you have any other suggestions, tell us at email@example.com
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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