Grandmaster Dan Anderson
I first met Dan Anderson in 2002 at an Arnis camp in Buffalo NY. He always seems to be smiling and has time to share a story of a technique. It had been a few years since I saw him last so was very glad to see him on the 2011 Modern Arnis Reunion Camp instructor list. I’m pleased to present this color version of his 2011 Master’s Portrait.
For more on Dan Anderson visit: http://danandersonkarate.com/
I first met Datu Dieter in 2003 I believe, when he was visiting the states for a martial arts symposium put on by a local instructor. Known for his speed, Datu Dieter is high energy on the floor, pulling disarms out of seeming no where. He also runs a very professional video company, Abinico, so check them out when you →
I met Grandmaster Ron Van Browning in 2009 when he was a featured instructor at a World Modern Arnis Alliance training camp in Buffalo NY. I was privileged to do a portrait of him then, one of my first 4 in fact. Grandmaster Van Browning is an expert trainer for competition fighters, and his knowledge of submission holds and locks →
I met Master Rich Parsons in 2003. Rich is definitely worthy of the title "Master". Of all the people I've had the pleasure to bang sticks with, Rich was one of the best at breaking things down and explaining them to me. A student of both the late Modern Arnis Grandmaster Remy Presas and Balintawak Grandmaster Ted Buot, Rich's understanding →
I first met Rick Manglinong back in 2002 at a World Modern Arnis Alliance training camp where he was a guest instructor. Billed as an expert with the double stick, Rick freely shared his skills and has become over the years a good friend. In 2007 the late Grandmaster Ernesto Presas promoted Rick to 9th degree and awarded him the →
http://www.silberstudios.tv/ "Welcome to a new episode of the Marc Silber Show - Advancing Your Photography! We're in San Francisco with our guest John Freeman Todd, a professional sports photographer for over 21 years. He shares a few sports photography tips that can help amateurs start taking better photos. John specializes in soccer photography, and as the →
Some photos from » Guardian Martial Arts, Garden City MI – Feb 26 2011
Balintawak, Arnis & Kombatan seminar featuring Datu Hartman and Guro Rich Parsons.
Guardian Martial Arts, Garden City MI – Feb 26 2011 Martial Arts Photography and Photos
But life and business have been busy. Like for example my updated personal photography site http://bobhubbardphotography.com, revising and upgrading the MartialPhotos site, http://martialphotos.com as relaunching our company site for Hubbard Photography. http://silverstarphotos.com.
Stop over to them and check us out. In the mean time, you can catch me on Twitter now too at http://twitter.com/#!/bobhubbardphoto and I'll be adding more articles and →
Wishing all of my readers a happy and safe holiday this year.
In my prior article I talked about getting faster glass so you can use a wider aperture to capture more light. Unfortunately, fast glass costs money, but you do have an option. In the film days, film came with ratings that indicated among other things the films sensitivity to light. If you were shooting in bright sun you'd use a →