As I write this post, my apartment looks like a tornado hit it. I leave on Thursday for 10 days in Las Vegas covering the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. The WNFR is by far the richest event in rodeo with a total prize pool of $6 million US, and the contestants can easily make more […]Read more "Matt: WNFR #1: What to Take"
A typical conversation with my cousin who lives in America: Me: Hey, I’m thinking about getting another bag. My Cousin: Really, didn’t you get one recently? Me: Yeah, but that was for the Ricoh GXR. I need another one just so I can carry my monopod. My Cousin: What? You can get one for your […]Read more "Ryu: Inside Bag Porn"
Hi everyone, we have great news. Ryu and I are really excited to have a US-based sports photographer Matt Cohen join our team at Big Lens Fast Shutter. You would have heard Matt on Podcast 6 talking about lots of US-based sports. We’ve now got 3 geographies covered: Europe, North America and the Pacific. Since […]Read more "Syd: Introducing – Matt Cohen"
In my last post, I talked about my strategy for keeping stuff safe on the road. In this post, I’ll write about other things I find useful to have when traveling: – Getting mobile Internet access in foreign countries – What’s in my bag Mobile Internet When you’re used to using smart phones with apps […]Read more "Syd: Mobile Internet in foreign countries and what’s in my travel bag"
Once again, I’m writing this on the flight on my way back home. Having just shot 3 consecutive matches (you’ve guessed it) in 3 consecutive days, I’m a bit tired. But football season has begun in earnest and it’s all downhill, ahem, uphill from here on out. This post is dedicated to a sorry looking […]Read more "Ryu: To the forgetful ones"