Back to the grind at the fair, I can say one thing is its getting hard and harder every day to wake up and drag my self back. Today was especially hard because it was new 90 degrees high humidity but there was a slight breeze which didn’t make it to bad. So I took a little bit different approach today, my plan was on using the big puffy clouds in the sky to help make my images a little more interesting. I got a few where that help but nothing I was quite happy with. Back the the drawing board for tomorrow!
Elephant Ears, kettle corn, lemonade, the sounds of the rids and cows mooing, Its time for the Wood County Fair! I will be spending 6 long, hot days covering the sights and sounds of the fair from Flower Judging, to the Combine Demolition Derby and lots of different things in between.
I was suppose to work for the newspaper tonight but no assignments came in so I went to shoot the Toledo Mud Hens a local Triple-A Baseball team who are affiliated with the Detroit Tigers.
Shot this in the backstretch of the track where no other photographer even bothered checking out because it was to far from the media room
Well I guess its time I jump on the blogging bandwagon!
This past weekend I headed down to Lexington, Ohio to shoot the Honda Indy 200 at Mid Ohio. It was a road course so I couldn’t position my self a top of the press tower like Nascar extraordinaire Mark J. Rebilas who positions himself there to get crashes, so I had to take another route running around the 2.5 mile track to get some pretty pictures because standing in the same spot and shooting the cars gets rather boring quite quickly, not sure how some of the Continue reading