I was floored by this piece I read about taking four hours to get 10 seconds of action. Again, patience is a requirement with this photography stuff. I also love the idea of seeing the action before it happens. That is a gift.
How do you see the action before it happens? And what crazy photography story do you have about taking a looooooong time to get a quick shot?
The shot above took some patience and some quick reactions. Nothing like trying to get Usain Bolt on film!
The Olympics haven’t been over that long, and already I miss them. Did you see this great picture taken during the games. It’s all about being in the right place at the right time.
I came across this article and really liked it. It’s about the common mistakes that photographers at varying levels of proficiency can make. Whether a beginner, an amateur, or a pro, there is something here for you.
Nasturtiums from my Dad’s garden in Fairbanks Alaska. Photo by Jason Hodges
As I have been working on improving my own photography, it’s been fun to read articles and blogs from other photographers.
This is a great article from Phil Hill, a travel photographer, from the UK. These are all great photo don’ts. I love #10 about fixing things in Photoshop. I have Photoshop Elements, and I try to use it sparingly.