Straight out of the camera. The photojournalism class had a on location lab shooting “sportstraits” or sports portraits. This is my demo of a CrossFit athlete, despite equipment issues, I am happy with my image despite not shooting with lights but once or twice a year. PS since my students look at my blog, this is a B+ or A- image, you can do better!
More bike lab: panning and front and rear curtain flash.
Next week. I had a very busy day helping students with their projects for other classes, so I didn’t prepare my lectures for next week…. looks like some long nights!
A student “models” during a shooting lab.
What I shot today… images for a lecture.
Set up and ready for a performance quiz.
Chuck leads his class on a 4×5 camera and my attempt to photograph Venus crossing the sun using a a macro lens and pin hole camera.
Long day. Finishing my lecture on AF modes and choices.
Day 2 of the long lens lab. The lab teaches not only shooting with $5,000 lenses but shutter lag and timing.
A fun lab and group. Today was a lab shooting long lenses. The students were fun and excited, I really enjoyed it and I still remember my first shoot with a 300mm 2.8 lens in 1989.