Hum! That's something I never thought of. But I used to take photos of my boy when he was in little league. I'm not a sports person that's why I didn't think of other kinds. I personally might not go but it does sound like fun.
Let's see what Ronald says.
From: Sally [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Monday, August 4,[masked]:56 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: Olympics photos /[photo-496] New Meetup: Shoot the Day
Dear Norma, Ronald, and other members,
Thank you for your reply, and I'm very sorry for taking this long to reply.
Yes, I heard from other people too about digital and traditional ways of taking pictures...
Anyways, today I had a chance to talk to the owner of my sons' judo dojo, and I asked him if it's OK for our photographer group to come to the judo practice and take pictures of them practicing judo, and he said yes! Yeah! So I asked him how many people could come and he said as many as the dojo could take! Practically I would say 10 to 20 people...
The practice is on M, W, F from 6:30pm to 9pm (Children 6:30-8, Adults 7-9pm) and maybe Friday is more appropriate.
What do you think? The dojo is in West LA, and he said any week was fine. Could we have a meetup there?! Please let me know.
Have a nice weekend,