Afternoon. But by the time this goes out, it could be evening or morning. We’ll see. All’s well in the European front as I’m on my way to shoot some football in Manchester. That’s Manchester in England and not the fake one in New Hampshire. I’m also now toying with the idea of getting a […]Read more "Ryu: Low and behold"
Focus pocus to you, BLFS legion of doom. It’s been a while since I wrote a post, but I just haven’t had much to talk about. But now I do. During the world swimming (aquatic, your choice) championship in Barcelona which lasted for 2 weeks, but felt like 2 years, Nikon happened to be one […]Read more "Ryu: Nikon D4, review by a sports photographer (part 3)"
Hello and welcome back, me. I am currently on the train from Elgin back to Glasgow. My journalist friend and I were supposed to cover the Elgin v Rangers match, but for reason only a Elgin City FC’s gold member can explain, they called the whole thing off. But life must go on and I […]Read more "Ryu: Nikon D4, review by a sports photographer (part 2)"
Hello friends. I’m about to go onto the pitch to shoot the Women’s Champions League Final. I have no idea why they all have to be in capital letters, but now that UEFA and I are in somewhat speaking terms, I’m not going to screw things up like someone I know. :) Let’s all hope […]Read more "Ryu: Nikon D4, review by a sports photographer (part 1)"
It’s 6:54AM in France time and the beast is out of its cage. Not like a revolutionarily world beating beast, but rather an evolutionary demure one. But for the likes of me who passed on the D3s, this is going to be an amazing camera to shoot sports in, especially in low light situations. I […]Read more "Ryu: I am a D4, damn it."