***If you feel that the information we provide is valuable, please consider supporting us on Patreon.*** Listen and download links here: – Subscribe and listen via iTunes – Get RSS feed – Get MP3 (Click to listen or right click to save it to your computer) Big Lens Fast Shutter is looking for a Producer/Audio Editor. Contact us […]Read more "Podcast: EP23 – Using the Crowd"
Two of the themes we have been trying to drive home are “get close” and “use the light to your advantage”. I had the opportunity to put both of these into practice last weekend, and I thought I’d share. On Saturday and Sunday, I shot the Rowell Ranch Rodeo for the first time, despite the […]Read more "Matt: Use Your Surroundings"
When I look at photographs from mums and dads taking photos of their children or their children’s sports teams they generally look the same. They often look like this: Typically, one of the kids in the photo is theirs, but often it’s not even the one with the ball. You can hear the conversation now […]Read more "Syd: Getting rid of clutter"
One of the key differences between an amateur photographer’s sports photos and a professional’s is not what’s in the photo, it’s what’s NOT in the photo. In other words, it’s not the moment of action that was caught by the photographer, it’s catching the action with nothing else in the image. Often, this means capturing […]Read more "Syd: Clean backgrounds"