Just for information, some of you may be interested to know that the new level 2 and level 3 part time courses in photography are signing on right now for September start. If you’re local to the Kendal area and you’re looking for a creative photography course, why not come along to Kendal College and try my course…it’ll be fun!
Whilst you’re there, have a browse through the other sports photographers articles too, because there’s some real gold dust in there.
One of the most common themes to emerge, in my opinion is how often pro photographers take on their own personal projects or do self-initiated work in order to challenge themselves,. Doing their own thing is a great way to learn new ways of working and techniques and to showcase what they can really do when there’s no commercial imperatives holding them back. I believe in this wholeheartedly.
Actually, I was amused to see that, after the previous RLA post on shooting contemporary dance, something that I’d not done before, the very next contributor on “asportinglife” talks about taking on a personal photo project on a subject he’d never photographed before - you guessed it - contemporary dance. Must be a sports photographer thing!