It’s been a while since I’ve made a post here, but that doesn’t mean that I’ve been sitting on butt and enjoying the summer weather. During this last month I’ve gotten to cover a fair amount of AIK games for one of my colleagues who has been on summer vacation.
I wanted to compile some links that could be useful to anyone that’s purchased Canon’s EOS-1D X camera.
This Sunday I was out with my new Canon 1D-X and photographing an Allsvenskan match. It was the first game I’ve shot with this camera and I was thoroughly satisfied.
This week Apple released their new version of OS-X also known as Mountain Lion. If you are a geek like me then not only are you considering upgrading to it, but you also wouldn’t mind doing a clean install of the operating system.
Today I received my Canon EOS-1D X. I made my pre-order way back in November last year when Canon first announced the camera and have been waiting patiently ever since.
With Aperture 3.3 you can save time on import by using camera generated previews with RAW images.
Between my vacation to Italy and the fact that the main Swedish league suspends for the Euros it’s been a month since the last football game I got to photograph. Yesterday I went and photographed a game between Hammarby IF and Ljungskile SK.
Was back out photographing football yesterday evening. The weather was much nicer than last time and it was the final game I photograph before the Swedish league suspends for the Euro.
Yesterday I was back on a football pitch and photographing the game between Djurgården and Åtvidaberg. The weather yesterday was all but normal, continuously going from sunny to rainy.
The last two days have been pretty busy. Thursday night I covered a fairly low key Allsvenskan match between Djurgården IF and Örebro SK. Yesterday I spent all day at the Ice Hockey World Cup.
Had a pretty busy week last week doing lighting on a 4 day TV commercial. A week full of early starts and extra long work days.
I’ve had my Canon 1D Mark IV for about a year now and really enjoy using it. Here is a look at my custom functions for sports photography.