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wallstreetoneil
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Nov 30, 2016 16:29 |  #16

scobols wrote in post #18199475 (external link)
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Nov 30, 2016 16:31 as a reply to post 18199468 |  #17

Yup, I'm not into hockey –or any sports for that matter– so I didn't know that. So, here's another lesson (and one I do apply in my commercial work): we must take the time to familiarise ourselves with our subjects and what they do, then we can take better photos: not only in the technical sense, but in that the images appeal more to them.


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Dec 01, 2016 07:08 |  #18

It's interesting to hear everyone's perspectives about what parents want. However, sometimes people think they want one thing until they are shown something else (i.e., shown what they want). That's the approach Apple used with the iPhone. Nobody knew they wanted one until Apple told them they did.

That being said, I do like the look of the well lit arena, but I also like the look of my lighting. This is my second year photographing these hockey teams and parents have given me a lot of great feedback. In fact they specifically asked for me to be the photographer. That tells me they do like the style and lighting. I know it doesn't mean they only like this style, or that they wouldn't like it more with different lighting. It also doesn't mean everyone likes this style, I get it. But, I will continue to provide the same style to keep things consistent from year to year.

Thanks for all of the feedback.

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