In case you were interested (which you should be!), hop right on over to Steve Huff’s site, the article I have been working on for the past few weeks is up, ready, and roaring to go. See HERE. I have to thank Steve greatly for publishing this.
In other news, still busy with editing and printing baseball pictures. Tomorrow or Wednesday, I should have a set posted from a recent softball game, for everyones’ viewing pleasure.
As always, have a great one guys. Life is good.
Finally, another picture-centered article, none of making you all wait with preview posts! Conditions were very good today, allowing for fast shutter speeds, low ISOs, and great character from the players. I believe what I’m going to start doing now is getting half action shots, and half portraits of the players. I need to try to capture the emotion conveyed by the game, not just show all the speed and purely visual flair that is sure to get old if I continue only taking and showing those pictures. There’s only so many ways you can hit a ball, but there are so many more ways the batter and team can react to such a hit.
Anyways, enough rambling, enjoy some pictures. All taken with the NEX-7 and Nikon 300mm f/2.8.
Well, he’s happy.
Ready to Go
Chucking it far from left field
At least we can share
You thought I would forget to add a sliding picture, didn’t you?
Will he make it?
Lot’s of pictures taken, but not a lot of time to look through and work with them. But that’s the nature of it, eh? You have to take what you can get, and see what stands out from the rest.
Anyways, going off of that, despite the lack of time to really do anything, I am making progress on my feature article, and hope to have some form of the Nikon 105mm f/1.8 review up sometime next week. Until then, thanks for looking, and remember to subscribe to be notified of more! Have a great one guys.
Not wanting to leave anyone out in the dark, but I have been super busy with taking, editing, and printing photos lately, and haven’t had a chance to get to finishing up my article for Steve Huff, or completing the Nikon 105mm f/1.8 AI-s quasi-formal review. Big things (and photos) are indeed coming, I just need to take time to make sure everything is looking good before I can relax and work on this site. Just to hold you over, here’s one of my best shots from the most recent game, and yes, you can call me partial to “sliding-in” shots:
Have a great one guys, looking forward to getting more stuff on here.
Welcome to a new adventure I have embarked on, maintaining a photography blog! Keeping this post short and sweet, and leaving you all with a few of my best photographs I’ve taken so far. One thing I will go for here is quality well over quantity. If I don’t have a picture that blows me away personally, I won’t bother boring you with it. Photos posted here will all have to be cracker-jacks in my book! Just a small bit of background, I’m an upstart sports, event, and general freelance photographer based in Lexington, Kentucky who is hitting the ground running fast in photography. Will write more posts as photographs trickle in. Thanks for looking, and have a great week.
And of course, to be updated on future posts from my photo walks and sports events, make sure to follow me or add yourself to my e-mail list! New post going up tomorrow with a few other hand-picked favorites over the past month.