Tired Cameras

Behind the camera where he belongs, Robert shoots an evening baseball game in Byng.
Behind the camera where he belongs, Robert shoots an evening baseball game in Byng.

Robert and I hit the ground running this morning, and didn’t let up until ten tonight. We shot tons of sports and features, worked on creative imaging in between, and even had the chance to have dinner out with my wife.

Abby looked so pretty that Robert wanted to make images of us before dinner, like this one and one I posted on the richardbarron.net home page.
Abby looked so pretty that Robert wanted to make images of us before dinner, like this one and one I posted on the richardbarron.net home page.

The only downside of the day is that one of Robert’s lenses, his favorite, the 35-70mm f/2.8, bit the dust. Fortunately he also brought a 50mm to stand in its stead, so he is still shooting.

By the end of the day, Robert was bleary-eyed and struggling to stay awake, since he just wanted to keep shooting and editing, but common sense prevailed and he surrendered to exhaustion. Tomorrow, after all, promises to be as big a day as today.

Photographers' shadows in a wall; this is what we do.
Photographers' shadows in a wall; this is what we do.
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