Category Archives: Computers

Assignment: NCAA Basketball Game

I’ve always enjoyed photographing sports. Each one requires knowledge to anticipate where the key action, or moments, might happen. Some, like golf, are physically demanding (no golf carts for photographers!), Baseball is all about fast reaction and timing. And a big part of football photography, especially with the NFL, is...
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How Mylio changed and improved my Workflow

You’ve probably read that over the last year I’ve been using new photo software called Mylio, and been giving classes and workshops on it. One of the most common questions I hear is, “How do you use it?” While Mylio can be pretty simple at a basic level, I’ve learned how to really...
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Shooting Baseball

I’ve covered professional sports for over thirty years now, and have no hesitation when someone asks me which one’s the hardest. Baseball, hands down. Earlier this week I was assigned to cover three Kansas City Royals games for The Associated Press. Here’s a run-down of what’s involved when doing that,...
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Saving those VHS Memories

As photographers, we try to be aware of the risks to our images, both short and long-term. And as visual people, those concerns should go beyond just photos. If you have important memories on VHS tapes, time’s running out to preserve them. There are no solid numbers on how long...
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Making Photos Last

In the old days, photographers worried about keeping track of their pictures and how long they would last. Both film and prints deteriorate over time. With digital that’s no longer a worry – digital files can last forever, since they’re just numbers. The trick is keeping track of them and...
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