10 Tips for Shooting Freestyle Scootering

Lewis Williams - Double peg

Although there has been a lot of resistance within the action sports community to the new boy on the scene there is no question now that freestyle scootering is here to stay for the foreseeable future. This trend has been seen played out before a number of times within the community. This is why I foresee a future where those core scooter riders who stick with the sport no matter…

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What not to do on a photo shoot.

Photo by Connor Walberg

Here's a fun list of what not to do on a photo shoot, this in no way includes everything you shouldn't do.  Please comment below with more things that you shouldn't do on a shoot, and we will add those with a name credit and a link to your website. Forget vital gear (Camera, Lenses) Forget secondary gear (Flashes, Batteries, etc.) Stand in a dangerous place Step too close to a propeller or…

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Camera Modes for the Action Photographer

Photo by Connor Walberg

If you just got your first camera out of the box, you have probably reached for the Camera Modes dial and changed between the different settings a few times.  Every camera these days has a variety of modes optimized for different shooting conditions, plus several advanced modes. In this article we are going to cover only the important modes, and if you haven't used them, we strongly recommend that you…

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7 Tips for Midday Spotty Lighting

Connor Walberg Photography

What's worse than shooting in the middle of the day, when the sun is high and the shadows are straight down?  Shooting in the middle of the day in the forest!  Midday spotty lighting is sometimes unavoidable, but with the right approach, good shots can still be captured.  Here's a few tips that will help you GTS (Get The Shot). #1:  Work with the spotty lighting.  Shoot the athlete right…

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