« on: August 07, 2012, 10:00:32 AM »
If I had the time and money, believe me, I'd keep the 1Ds3/1Ds2 combo and go shoot landscape for a week at a time. It's hard when you spend all your time doing one type of shooting because money comes into play and you sort of lose some of the fun of the hobby. But I guess it was my choice. No demand here for portrait work as heavily as you have it; it's all sports. There are no sports photographers to be found for universities for some odd reason. EVERYONE is doing weddings/senior pictures, so the current demand is sufficient, but the supply of photographers is also very high. I can honestly say that I am more skilled at sports/action than portrait/landscape. It would take me a lot of studying and practice to do those types of works. Weddings are a tad different as you can approach as photojournalistic.
As you can see, I sometimes miss my histogram and WB in indoor lighting. This is something I will have to get better at, but with gyms for basketball and volleyball the lighting is so even, it hasn't been a problem at all, whereras indoor events with mixed lighting is tough.