Cyber Commander or Pocket Wizard?
I will be running 10 to 12 Einstein units for both indoor and outdoor events. Rodeo is the primary subject. I really like the Cyber Commander in theory, but its "range" concerns me. The range is listed as 400 feet. As we know, many times these ratings are...
With all of my wingshooting over until October, it is time to refocus and get back on; Rodeo and Motocross.
Most of my summer months will be in the rodeo arena, but I do plan on hitting some Motocross events as well.
Until then, here are a few last Upland images from Fall/Winter!
Looking for ideas on what may be the best way to mount Einstein e640's to what more or less amounts to a telephone pole.
So far, the best that I can come up with is to mount the strobe to the light stand and then ratchet strap the light stand to the pole.
I need the strobes to be 20ft. above...
A pretty darn good opportunity presented itself this week, which will require some additional purchases.
Does anyone have feedback or insight into the best companies out there, who offer equipment financing?
One of the clubs near us, hosts a Cancer benefit shoot each March.
The hunts take place in the morning and then the afternoon / evening are devoted to a banquet / benefit / fundraiser.
This year, I donated a photo session to the benefit. I was excited to see that the photo session donation...
I’ve always told people that part of getting THE shot or shot sequence, comes down to one thing.......
Timing. Being in the right place at the right time. Knowing the event/sport/subject helps as well.
I was covering a rodeo this past Friday and I was in the arena prior to the opening...
Just curious if any of you get burned out, frustrated, etc., to the point that you have moved into another business field. Or do something else in addition to your photography.
I enjoy my work. I receive praise about my images. I am proud of what I can/do produce. That said, my passion in...
After moving from Phoenix, AZ to Wisconsin, I do love the 4 seasons. With that, I am looking forward to summer, warmer weather and the events that I will be shooting.
However, I still have 2 more big races to cover in the next 5 weeks. At times, like anything, it can get old, but...
I have been fortunate to have images published by national magazines in the past. However, those magazines were for niche markets (i.e. rodeo, snowmobile, etc.). Therefore, I was pretty confident in how to handle those discussions and contracts. Not a big deal there.
This week, I was...
As part of my archived file review, I found some of my images of mounted shooting events. These are fast, action packed events.
I’ll post more later in the week, but this is one of my favorites. She was in high gear coming to the finish line!
Like most of you, I have my process for going through images from an event. While I won't bore you with that process, it gets me what I need. However, there are images (many times, good images), that do not get included in my initial "Pass" category.
With that, last week, I told myself that...
Here is a little sequence from when a rank bull cleared the arena. Even I had to flip over the fence.
Also, since it’s Monday, I also added an image of a wreck. Just to let us know, it could be worse than simply being Monday.
I figured I better get some of these up now, because the weekend is going to be busy.
These are from the 2018 PIRTEK Snocross National. I am looking forward to covering a handful of the events this season!
One of my favorite sports to cover!