We preach a lot about planning, analyzing shoots and adjusting, and doing things differently. It’s basically the BLFS method. I thought it might be instructive to share my plans and goals for the upcoming rodeo season. The first few seasons I shot rodeo, it was a lot of work to get credentialed, and I never […]Read more "Matt: 2013 Plans and Goals"
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how you should always be editing, and I probably should have started at the beginning. As someone who is serious about photography, you should always be shooting. I don’t know if Malcolm Gladwell is correct when he writes about the 10,000 hour rule, but I do know that […]Read more "Matt: Always Be Shooting – Even When You Don’t Have a Camera"
Planning. Some people get allergic reactions when they hear that word and I would have agreed with them 6 years ago. Back then, I lived for the moment and the moment lived for me. But since I became a professional sports photographer, I had to say goodbye to the moment and go steady with planning. […]Read more "Ryu: Right on schedule"