IT'S Hockey season again in North America

9 years 5 months ago #157917 by chasrich

Rob pix4u2 wrote: Well Charles I shoot 900-1000, Edit to 100-200 then submit 20 or so per article to the magazine in order to get 6 that actually get published. I shoot many more than needed in order to have the widest selection available for both teams because some teams have a writer but no photographer.
It seems like a lot but it really is worth it when the editor asks if I have a pic of a player later on in the season.


It's a little higher than I expected but not by much. What with the high quality requirements and the challenging lighting and speed involved I suspected the number might be high. Thanks for sharing a magicians secret. I won't tell anyone...:rofl:

“Amateurs worry about equipment, professionals worry about money, masters worry about light, I just make pictures… ” ~ Vernon Trent

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9 years 5 months ago #157954 by icepics
Didn't realize you were writing for them too Rob, pretty cool. Thanks for the update, the K-Wings gear looks odd in red instead of green.

I thought I went thru a lot of film shooting hockey, wow, you really shoot a lot. For me it would be maybe 4-8 rolls of film a weekend depending on what was going on, was more shooting for a team that what I've done since on my own.

Sharon
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9 years 5 months ago #158437 by Rob pix4u2
The photo essay is on www.prohockeynews.com as of Saturday morning.

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9 years 5 months ago #158472 by icepics
I saw it!! :cheers: Looks like you're going to have a busy hockey season.

Sharon
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