The other day, I went with a friend to do a shoot just for fun with another friend. It was a great setup on top of a parking garage and included guns, hot shoes and great hair.
During the session, I realized a big difference between myself and the other shooter. I clicked once and knew I got the shot. My buddy, on the other hand, went *click* *click* *click* for each shot. At least three times he clicked the shutter.
I realized then that everyone shoots differently. I shoot with a goal in mind. I know what I want to see in my image and wait for it before I click. My partner waits for the shot and then bambambam gets a few shots around it, just to make sure.
Both are totally okay to do. But with my way, I know that I will have less time to take out of my day to sort through the images. And that means more time for other things. In my life, the less time I have to sort through images, most of which I’d end up not using, the better!
So, how do you shoot? Are you a papparazzi shooter, firing off a bunch of frames or are you a patient shooter, waiting for the image to line up in your frame before you click?