As the saying goes “it’s hard to sore like an eagle when you’re surrounded by turkeys." If you want a sure way to improve your photography then put yourself in an environment with great people. People who can pick your game up and inspire you. If your shooting with better photographers, not only do they make you motivated but you learn a lot as well, even if it’s just silently watching their approach to things. Same goes for the talent, great action shots often requires that the action is great.
Team Shooters Carl van den Boom and Lukas Riedl had a particular shot in mind this winter. Being in the Arctic will inspire just about any photographer to chase the Northern Lights. Carl and Lukas wanted a shot of a snowboarder in motion with the northern lights in the background. Faced with shutter speed dilemmas and hours of waiting for the green lights...
Tuesday Shooter Tips: For up and coming photographers and those who have just started. Start with an Idea in your head and don’t question weather or not it will work out, just try and get it with the camera.
This week on ‘Tuesday Shooter Tips’, Rickard Croy helps out with focusing when your auto focus is missing the beat. "If your having trouble getting your images sharply in focus, try the manual focus technique. See where the rider is going to be at the point you want to take the picture. Zoom in to that spot digitally with the live view on the back of the camera and get your focus super sharp.
What can you say other then a rising talent set to search and destroy. Hailing from Sweden carrying an impressive portfolio Rickard is as good hitting 60ft kickers as he is taking pictures of them. We are super privileged to have Rickard join our shooter team and looking forwards to future fun times.