Step 4: If your time isn’t already planned out for you. Plan it yourself. Createyourself a schedule to follow, it will save you time and allow you to cover more.Going to an event with no plan will leave you wandering around doing too little, andyou won’t be sent back to another event.Step 5: At the event do things as you planned and instead of planning ‘picture time’,take all of your needed pictures when you are moving from task to task. Just askplayers politely; ‘Hey can I get a quick shot of you?’ and you are done.Pictures- To take the most pictures, and sometimes the most interesting pictures, takepictures while you are moving around the event. While you are moving from oneinterview to another, take snapshots of the players, the event, the stages, etc. Youwaste less time as you don’t need to schedule yourself ‘picture time’.What- There are a lot of different things to pictures of, players, the event, booth babes,stage, opening and closing ceremony, and much more. To get the best pictures of players, try and get them while they are all together,playing, and just general action shots. The worst is when you see “day 2 galleryup!” and you are forced to look at 100 pictures of players just standing there doingnothing. Take pictures that require captions, like; “lauke flips over his chair afterlosing in the finals”. Those are the pictures people want to see of players, they wantthe pictures to have feeling.