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Notes From A Rodeo Photographer:
Notes From A Rodeo Photographer: Being a rodeo photographer isn’t about just showing up with a nice camera or being able to edit photo’s on your iPhone. Knowing the events and understanding the arena helps to capture the moments. Knowing the lighting helps make the shots “pop.” Now from shooting from broad daylight in the Texas Panhandle to shooting at dusk with rain clouds building in the Southern Colorado Mountains, you have to understand how to light. Now I personally use Alien Bee from Paul C. Buff, because, well I can’t afford anything else and I got mine cheap from another photographer Kent Kerschner the FotoCowboy. When I first started I shot with a first generation Canon Digital Rebel the 300D with kit lenses and a 75-300mm. Now I shoot with a Canon 6D with a Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 which gives me better control and more depth of function. When you add quality equipment body, lenses and lights and work hard at your craft you should be able to capture good pictures that show the action of all athletes in the arena.
Saddle Barn Kids Chaps – Small
Saddle Barn Kids Chaps – Small Check out my listing on @eBay:
Saddle Barn Kids Chaps – Small Black Body with Turquoise Metallic Fringe
These chaps will set your future champion apart on the Rodeo Road and make them one of the most visible riders in the dirt.