Sports Photography in East Dunbartonshire
Apologies for the delay in completing my blog, what with covid in my household and a variety of other things, it has taken a me a wee while to get organised with my blog. Its was great, after a long delay due to the pandemic, to get back to doing some serious sports photography in my new home in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, first of all with Kirkintilloch Thistle for the football and then at Allan Glens Rugby Club last weekend. I was only around for the first half of both games but that was enough to get back into things and hoping to do more soon, also happy to establish a working relationship with one of the local clubs to supply them with photos when I am free. As a professional freelance corporate and event photographer working in Scotland, particularly in Edinburgh and Glasgow, I am hoping that the corporate event photography commissions pick up again soon. I can't wait to get going again and hopefully things will start to pick up. There is also been a resurgence in wedding photography and thankfully I have a few wedding photography bookings in Scotland on the horizon. Trying out my Fuji gear for sport and enjoying working with the 100 - 400mm lens with the XT2. Thinking of getting an XT3. Also looking at extending my Canon gear to acquire a mirrorless sports lens and possibly a different Canon body suitable for sport.
So, until next time, keep snapping.
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