Monday, October 26, 2009

Missouri vs. Texas Football

On Saturday the Missouri Tiger's were taught a few lessons in football by the #3 ranked Texas Longhorns...and I was there to photograph it! You can check out the full published gallery here on the Missourian's website (on a side note, when the slide show comes up, click the little caption button on the bottom to identify my photos from the other Missourian photographers who were there too). I thought I'd add one I liked that didn't make the cut for different reasons. I may tack a few photos on later after I sift through the full outtake.

Hand to face = Texas vs. Missouri
Photo © Jason Lenhart

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

First Goal Cam

So this was my first attempt at a remote goal cam for soccer. Unfortunately, I only have the necessary gear to remote my Nikon D70s, which, as you can see, has a very low ISO rating. (For those of you who don't speak photo - The picture is grainy, and full of what we call 'digital noise'). Hopefully some day I'll get the pocket wizard cable for my D3 and all will be well in the world.

Intermission: Harvard

Took the weekend+ to go visit my girlfriend at Harvard. Day 1 was pretty damn cold. Day 2 it precipitated a little bit of hail, snow, freezing rain, rain, sleet, and I think I saw some fire and brimstone. Once the sun came out, civilization came out of their hiding places. Unfortunately, for a select few people who signed up to compete in this years Head of the Charles Regatta Race, they had to row in that nasty weather with nearly nobody to cheer them on. Sucks majorly. I didn't get any photos of the race for obvious reasons. But I did get a few photos of other stuff.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Blog Fail #1

WOW. Ok, so I'm not dead. I promise. I know August was my last post, and it is now October. Yes, I fail. However, not to make excuses or anything, but I've been a little busy, as you'll see. Between the Missourian (which is awesome), a 3000 level and 4000 level philosophy class (I've never taken a philosophy class before), work (for $), and life, my blog kind of got pushed under the carpet. If I were to make several posts to highlight each assignment that i've done, many would get lost. So what I decided to do was post a link to my profile page on the Missourian's website. Here, you can find all my online-published work. I know, it's a lot, I'm sorry. I will make a conscious effort to update more often.