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Who would be crazy enough to want to interview and feature an article on yours truly?! ;) I'm glad you asked!

One of our very own, Matt (daedalus), personally contacted me and thought that it would be a cool idea to interview me regarding my photography for his new website's official launch, Legit LifeStyle!

Specifically, my automotive racing coverage, knowledge, tips and tricks, and near death experiences almost getting completely run over by Danica Patrick as she crashed into the wall I was photographing from at 150mph. :lol:

Seriously though, the article is definitely a lengthy read but hopefully worth your time. I get contacted quite frequently regarding various photography questions. Within the article, I tried to incorporate everything that I've personally learned to try and help answer some of the questions that I've been asked by other photographers and compiled all the information into the article.

If even just one person takes something away from the read then it was more than worth my time to answer the questions.

With that said, the link to the article is located below:

Featured Photographer: Chris Grosser | LegitLifeStyle.com


Thanks for viewing and feel free to contact me with any questions or comments!

Enjoy,

- Chris
 

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Nice interview, congrats. And great work too. Is your 300 2.8 your main motorsport lens, any teleconverters?
Hey, I appreciate it!

The 300mm 2.8 IS is one of my main lenses for automotive and athletics work. I generally cover quite a bit more athletics than automotive but I love them both!

I've got a 1.4x converter that I use at all the football games. The amount of reach from 300mm to 420mm makes all the difference in the world.

With the 300mm being such an unbelievable lens as is, I don't notice the AF slowing down any with the converter on either to be honest.

It's not a cheap purchase by any stretch of the mind but there's no substitute for a fast prime in the sports world.

- Chris
 
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