You Don’t Have To Push The Shutter Button

You Don’t Have To Push The Shutter Button

That’s right. Contrary to most of the photographers out there, you can choose not to push your shutter button. Too often, when I am shooting games, I will hear other photographers snapping photos like crazy. Then, there is me. There are many times I will put the...
Preventing Heat Waves From Ruining Your Photos

Preventing Heat Waves From Ruining Your Photos

Have you ever shot football, soccer, rugby, etc. outside?  It’s not too tough to do and I am sure you remembered to get as low as possible in order to make the athletes look larger than life.  Then, you get back and import your photos for post processing and...
7 Tips for Photographing Indoor Swimming

7 Tips for Photographing Indoor Swimming

Swim meets are something I wished I could shoot more.  They are a beehive of activity, often times crowded and you have to pay attention.  You could easily take a wrong step and end up in the pool with your equipment in tow.  The last meet I shot not only had water...
Photographing Softball From Behind Home Plate

Photographing Softball From Behind Home Plate

Here are a few thoughts I have about shooting from behind home plate.  These work for both softball and baseball. When shooting from behind home plate, which has a fence that protects us common folk from injury, you place the end of your lens as close to the fence as...