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Working in the cold – it’s about preparation!

February 8, 2012


Few days of quiet on the Blog front – just means that I’ve been busy doing ‘real’ work 🙂 Thought to share with you a normal evenings worth of work and how to prepare for shooting outdoor sports when the temperature hits -6 degrees. I admit it, it doesn’t sound that cold, but when it […]

Cardiff, and when you ‘need to go’

January 25, 2012


Sorry – no pictures today to go with the post, for those who are not familiar with rules here in England.. Football photography is very strictly regulated so I am not able to publish any of those images on my blog!! Tuesday evening had be drive down to Cardiff for the Carling Cup Semi-Final between […]

Two games, one day

January 22, 2012


All the games once again being pushed into few days over the weekend – today this meant shooting Championship football at RICOH Arena in Coventry, and then driving to Leicester for BBL basketball action. Having only finished working at 2.15am on Saturday morning, it was a quiet lay-in this morning. Plans were to have a […]

Photographers protocol?

January 11, 2012


The other night I was attending an un-named football match, and took my place nice and early in the corner that I thought the action would be at. Happily sitting there, setting my laptop and other things ready for the game, while others were running and snapping pictures of the managers. Game starts, and I […]

First game of the year Oxford United vs Crawley Town

January 3, 2012


For my first game of 2012, I headed for Oxford to photograph League Two game between Oxford United (unbeaten in December) and League leaders Crawley Town. Why did I decide to go to a League Two game, when there would have been a Premier League game between Aston Villa and Swansea in Birmingham? One reason […]