There are no do-overs

My shooting style is running and gunning. There’s little time to set up some shots. I take pictures until I get kicked out.

I don’t ask for second chances.

When I was in the news business, there were no do-overs. Taking a photograph of the President, I would get one shot. If the image was blurry or a bad exposure, that was it. No second chances. When the winning touchdown was scored, I had to hope I didn’t get a picture of the referee’s butt.

In a crisis situation, like a car crash or when surprised by the appearance of…

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Alan O'Hashi, Views from Behind the Lens

Alan O'Hashi, Views from Behind the Lens

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Have Typewriter-Will Travel: I’m a filmmaker & author. My book “Beyond Heart Mountain” was just released by Winter Goose Publishing www.beyondheartmountain.com