Monday, June 23, 2008

Practice makes perfect


This is what happens when you get pick-pocketed in Malaysia and your camera gets stolen and then you get a brand new one. You have to practice for the next day. Its important to work on action shots so you can accurately gauge how long between button pushing and shutter release. Additionally, its important to have a good model who believes in your project.

6 comments:

carrie said...

you win: awesome photographer prize.
scott wins: awesome supportive model prize.
we win: two awesomes in action photo prize

'Cuz I Felt Like It! said...

Pretty sweet picture yo! You're all clikity click lickity split like!

P.S. Blog, schmog. I know I need to! I haven't even sewn in like 4 months!!!!!

Rob E. said...

I think we need to see the out-takes. Otherwise I will have to doubt the perfectness of this photo and assume that Scott was suspended from the ceiling. But if I'm wrong, I bow to your photographic superiority. I have many pictures featuring only the tail of one of my dogs to prove that I lack your skill.

ted.j said...

Boxers, briefs, or free ball?

porno neighbor said...

You gotta love those action shots. Money.

Anonymous said...

awesome