The BYU Workflow: An Automated Wireless Photography Workflow

By Jaren Wilkey, Jon Hardy and Marcos Escalona/BYU Photo

It wasn’t that long ago that I would spend a long day on Saturday shooting a BYU football game, go back to the office and set the 20 or so rolls of exposed film on the counter and go home. On Monday I would send the rolls into a lab to get processed, and I wouldn’t get the first look at the slides until Wednesday or Thursday. It may have been a simpler time, but it is also ancient history. Now whenever a great play happens on the field I instantly have somebody in my ear asking me if I got the play (of course I did) and how soon they could get it to post on the Football Team’s Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Pinterest account (ok, maybe not the last one).

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13 Minutes With Jimmer Fredette

Jimmer Fredette - Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU

During the craziness of Jimmermania I did a shoot of Jimmer for the BYU Alumni Magazine that almost went off the rails. Check out the blog post and bts video that examines the importance of shoot prep and how it can save your bacon:



Canon vs Nikon – Video

We’ve created a series of spoofs on the Mac vs PC ads called Canon vs Nikon, all to promote our association’s conference this summer. Now that we are all learning to shoot video I thought you might enjoy this one:

Other posts are on the UPAA Blog.