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Working in the cold – it’s about preparation!

February 8, 2012

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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 […]

Warm evening in Milton Keynes

February 4, 2012

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With the clock ticking towards 2.30am – somehow my ‘professionalism’ .. of craziness, makes me get this entry out there for the morning…. Friday evening usually means basketball photography for me, and so it was this week as well. All three games would have been close enough for me to travel to, so it was […]

36 hours – 3000 miles – Good Times!

January 30, 2012

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36 hours and 3000 miles That’s how my weekend started, which means that in the last 36 hours my average speed has been about 80 miles/hour. So, let me tell you story how it all went… Date:Friday Time:10pm Place:Home Somehow a flu always know when it is most inconvenient to strike, and so at the […]

Cardiff, and when you ‘need to go’

January 25, 2012

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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 […]

Tigers vs Riders

January 21, 2012

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Friday evening saw me return to the more normal BBL action, no fancy surrounding of the N.I.A this week in the British Basketball League – it was a journey up the M6 to Knowsley Leisure Centre and top of the table challenging Leicester Riders vs struggling last seasons triple-Champions Mersey Tigers. For a while now […]

It was a long day

January 15, 2012

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Long Sunday my friends ! Alarm rang at 6.30am – time to get up and drive to listen to FIBA presentation to the referees at a hotel in Birmingham. Well, not so much to listen than to take pictures – strange to see all BBL referees in one room (I know some coaches would love […]

Photographers protocol?

January 11, 2012

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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 […]