Choppin’ off limbs

Posted in photography on May 27, 2008 by lenscapremoved

For someone who really likes a good face, I cut off a lot of them the other day. And limbs. And just strange compositions in general. Here are the quickly toned and cropped ones:

Trains; no planes or automobiles

Posted in photography on May 27, 2008 by lenscapremoved

Trains:

Kids:

Track to the past

Posted in photography on May 24, 2008 by lenscapremoved

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Knights can’t leash dogs

Posted in photography on May 21, 2008 by lenscapremoved

I was too ambitious about getting audio and keeping track of innings, outs, players and trying to transmit during the fourth inning. That was tough. I did no multimedia. So I just put everything in a slideshow and loaded that up. I tried getting audio during all of this but it was too chaotic.

I like shooting softball though. It’s nice to be reminded that good sports photos don’t have to come from big sporting events.

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Because it’s the best

Posted in photography on May 21, 2008 by lenscapremoved

Meet Father Geresimos Zoumis. He just had a new pacemaker put in by cardiologist Michael Antimisiaris. Father came here because he said he knew this was the best place in the world for medicine. He was so friendly. I shot three assignments today. This one was very humbling, seeing this man who came from Greece, where he lives on a monastery. He has no health insurance, and only the most significant of matters are attended by doctors.

This is one of those stories that you say, I don’t care how they run this. I enjoyed doing it. I sat through the reporter’s whole interview after just so I could hear this man speak about his life.

Sports – Softball game

Posted in photography on May 21, 2008 by lenscapremoved

Lots of emotion in this game. Once again, I wish I had a 300. Especially since I was stuck in the dugout.

Competing for state

Posted in photography on May 20, 2008 by lenscapremoved

Same place as last time. New competition. Track is definitely a fun sport to shoot. But for once, I wish I had a super long lens.