Way back when, 20 years or so now, Lisa got her start in photojournalism photographing sports. She stalked the sidelines of Texas A&M football games, and later covered high school sports for various newspapers. She got pretty good at it. Keep in mind this was back in the days of film cameras, 36 shots to a roll, most of which she developed herself in the dark room. Pretty challenging stuff, even though many photographers made their living at it. I (being Jayme, Lisa's long-suffering sidekick) came to photography much later in life, after the digital revolution, and never had an opportunity to shoot sports. I played around with it a few years back, when I first got into photography, and while digital makes it a lot easier to start out, it's still an incredibly challenging art. The action moves so fast, you have to psyche yourself to shoot what's about to happen, and anticipate accordingly. If you wait until you see something interesting, you're going to miss it.
Lisa On Location Photography