Some photos from » Guardian Martial Arts, Garden City MI – Feb 26 2011 Balintawak, Arnis & Kombatan seminar featuring Datu Hartman and Guro Rich Parsons. More images: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?fbid=197584416936329&id=116660428362062&aid=51521 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 →
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIYh9jaypYQ Keep the action alive in your photographs, it's not all about freezing the action.
When shooting martial arts shots, you need to know when to show motion, and when to freeze it. Freezing your shot will capture a moment in time, but often leads to the "posed" look, while too much motion can look amateurish. In this shot, PG Scott is working a Tapi-Tapi drill with PC Todaro. The look on his face shows the →
Masters Portrait Project
Reclaiming The Blade Reviewed by Bob Hubbard Directed by Daniel McNicoll Produced by Erica Black Narrated by John Rhys-Davies Starring Viggo Mortensen Karl Urban Bob Anderson Music by David James Nielsen Distributed by Galatia Films Home Entertainment (US) Release date(s) July 7, 2009 (United States) Running time 78 min. Country United States Language English Galatia Films, →