It has been requested by many of you readers I should write about the process of photographing kayak-canoe sport and not only to publish my photos of the event and a GPS log of how much I walked on water. Well, I tried to sum up the key thoughts that came to my mind in this regard – once the broadcast of a kayak race just ended in TV.
I’ve been a regular visitor of the national rowing centre at Maty-er and I photographed kayak-canoe a few times now. Last time it happened the last weekend. I thought once I spent a few days photographing it I upload some pictures of it.
Not so long ago I found a hockey photo that is quite rare in its kind. On the Ice Hockey world championships starting today in Budapest we surely won’t have a chance to take anything similar. Now that I publish this photo I guess we cannot even expect ever to have photographer holes on the glass here in Hungary – but I’m not sure if I really miss it or not.
There is a strange resident in the swimming pool of the London Olympics. It doesn’t only watch competition in the water from a close up view, but it broadcasts underwater images live. More than that it adds really funny comments to the spectacularly looking competitions.
One of the popular US swimmers, Ryan Lochte shows his shining gold medal and his shining 24 carat smile as well during the prize presentation of the 400 m individual medley compeition in Foro Italico during the wolrd championships in Rome. Of course he uses his diamond decorated teeth jewel for the gold medals…
As it could be expected, after a few days of active workout (daily 14-16 hours almost without any break) of weight camera lifting I have my muscles in shape – not as good a shape as on the picture here. This one was taken at a body building competition.