Snapshot #3: Under the Floodlights, Literally

What is more exciting than taking pictures of mens rugby? Taking them at night, under floodlights. And if that is not good enough? Add some heavy rain. Following Welshpool’s rugby team to Shrewsbury initially I assumed I would be practicing my framing and just adding some experience and images to my portfolio. Instead I wasContinue reading “Snapshot #3: Under the Floodlights, Literally”

Photography Tips #1: Going Equine

To be successful in any areas you need to have the three basics: Understanding Commitment Passion Without these three essentials any plans to work in that sector you might as well throw away. This is especially with my understanding so far with Equine sport photography. Forget all you know about artistic photography. No one wantsContinue reading “Photography Tips #1: Going Equine”

“Amateur Sports Photographer”

“You seem good with a camera, you should photo some matches” The first time I realised that sports photography would become a passion of mine, I didn’t even consider it an option for me. Since the tender teenage age of 14 I have had an interest in photography, but never been too serious, snapping picturesContinue reading ““Amateur Sports Photographer””