Lindsay Martin, photographed Thursday morning, September 3, 2015, while practicing trap shooting at the South Anna Skeet Club in Hanover County, Va. Martin, a rising senior at Glen Allen HS in Glen Allen, Va, hopes to make the US Olympic Women’s Shooting team.
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I’ll pretty much do whatever it takes to get my camera wherever it needs to be to capture an interesting image to tell your story. The image will be a moment – the moment – the best moment – to illustrate your piece.
These are mostly shot with available light. Every now and then, though, I’ll use a small strobe to give the subject a kiss of light, if only to bring out some detail.
Q) Skip, I recently raised my wedding rates in order to separate myself from that ever-growing group of camera owners who want to shoot weddings without any training or experience. I want to work with clients who can appreciate me for what I can do and pay for it…but I’m unsure about how it’s all […]
Q) Skip, I’ve been asked by a friend to shoot their wedding. I’ve never done this before. I don’t know what to say to them. I’d like to do it, but I’m not sure. What should I do? A) I am not going to say don’t do it and give you a whole host of […]
Overview Why SRP? Case Study Some Clients Examples Collections How many times have you been to an event and thought, “man, I wish I could shoot here!” Doesn’t it just grip your gut when you see somebody walking through the crowd, loaded with gear, getting to go wherever they want, and worse–getting to take photos […]
First, the ‘marketing’ notes (how I got the job…skip this if you’ve heard it before) A couple years ago, I got a digital camera (a Canon 300D). I took it to a street festival to get some practice shooting candids. A woman came up to me and asked what I was shooting for. I told […]