Eight seconds — that’s how long a cowboy needs to stay on a bucking bronco to qualify for a rodeo score. For photographers, that’s barely enough time to take just a few blurry, often unusable pictures.
“In the past, these images would have been made by pre-focusing and praying for the best,” said Kenneth Jarecke, who made his name shooting photos during the Gulf War.
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