Bob Williams specializes in photographing fast people in dark places. He photographs in some of the worst light imaginable - high school gymnasiums, strangely colored field lighting, dark churches and dimly lit auditoriums - and considers it a bonus when he gets to photograph in daylight. So, he’s learned a thing or two, mostly the hard way, about photography in both good and bad light and he shares his experiences, complaints and suggestions on this blog along with galleries of his photo shoots, some of which went well and others which were, well, sub-optimal.

If you have questions about taking images under the same conditions or are interested in a photograph (“Hey, that’s my kid!”) use the contact form to get in touch with him. He’s always willing to answer questions about photography and has opinions, which have not changed since he was 16, on a wide range of subjects from apertures to zoom.