Last weekend I worked again at the Forma1 race. This is how my walking path looks like.
Sports photography is mass production anyway, but especially at the Olympics that is the greatest of all photo mass productions. The events host the most and best sportsmen…
I only follow the events of the winter olympics from home but I don’t envy those colleagues who work on site in Sochi. Well, of course I envy their photos, but the tiring hard work and lots of challenges they face there is something I’m not envy for. My blog surely would stop if I would be shooting there. It already happened some times when I had a more intense work at hand.
Thankfully this is not the case with Jeff Cable who keeps posting from Sochi letting a snaek peek behind the scenes with it.
The 65 year old James Nachtwey still goes to the most dangerous places on Earth. At the moment he is pressing his luck in Thailand. This weekend he has been shot by a bullet. The war photographer who has been the subject of the documentary bearing the same title is okay now however and he continued work after his wounds have been taken care of.
A beind the scenes video about the making of a nature documentary that presents how a nature photographer works. In other words watch it how the documentary was made that shows the work of Bence Mate.
This is how photographers wait for the start of the Singapore Formula 1 grand prix in a top level bathroom to take their awesome photos of the beautifully lit city.
This is how my working day looks like during the Forma1 race weekend at Hungaroring.
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 never been to Cannes myself but since the famous film festival has just finished I thought it might be interesting to mention on the blog how photographers work there. It’s a major red carpet event complete with celebrities of course, so it has many similarities to the Oscar gala I wrote about.
I had a busy day yesterday (as usual) and have an unusual chart to show for it…