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Matt talks about shooting rodeo in the rain and I talk about the amputee football project.
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Background. Well, it wasn’t all that great. This month, we want you to shoot…
… liquid. Sweat, water bottles, splashes, rain, whatever that is in a liquid state. Please make sure it’s a good photo and not just a “nice” background. It’s best you listen to the podcast to figure out what needs to be done here. Submit your works of art here.
It’s a cracking start. Here is the question.
1″Liverpool and Man U are playing at Anfield. Liverpool’s star Mohamed Salah is on the bench. You heard that he is not injured that he will likely play in the second half. You need to shoot the following players: Salah (Liverpool) and Rushford (Man U). To maximise the opportunity to shoot both of them, how and where will you shoot them?”
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-How to use that big lens?
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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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