Attending this past weekend’s NASTAR national Alpine ski championships (www.Nastar.com), I am reminded why I love shooting sporting events. Being close to the action. After all, shooting sports what’s made jump into photography with both feet. Sometimes, I’m close enough to become a part of the action. Like on Saturday, […]Read More
Archive for March, 2010
Live Each Day as a Tourist
Anytime Scott, my brother, calls me, my first question to him is, “Where are you?” His answers range from being on his way home stuck in Chicagoland traffic to his telling me he’s walking the Red Square in Moscow, to driving Dubai (while at the same time I was at […]Read More
Sometimes I Can’t See What I Can See
There’s an oft shared exchange between photographers shooting a sporting event. “Getting any good shots?” “I don’t know until I get home.” “Yeah. I hear ya.” The fact is, even with all the planning, observation, equipment, positioning, adjustments, shutter flaps, monitor peeks, and luck that goes behind shooting an event […]Read More
It’s 6am. Rise and maybe shine of a new blog.
I’m finally restarting my journaling. Well, it’s a modern day journal. It’s been since junior high school when I maintained a journal. I think one reason I did not keep it up was because I’ve been looking for focus. I think I’ve found that focus, at least for now. It’s […]Read More