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How to take better photos of sports events – some tips and techniques (contd ..)

Tip 541 (Select the equipment per type of sports): If you have the budget, then consider the need to have different equipment depending on the type of sport. If you consider a sports such as bowling, you have a good vantage position, you don’t have too many sharp movements, and so on, you can use […]

How to take better photos of sports events – some tips and techniques (contd ..)

Tip 536 (Be ready to use a high ISO): Unless you are shooting for stock photography where a high ISO is a cause of rejection, be prepared to use a high ISO for your shootings. When you are faced with low light situations such as when the light is falling, or when you need to […]

How to take better photos of sports events – some tips and techniques (contd ..)

Tip 531 (Check for light on the face): Even in earlier tips, we had talked about being able to capture the emotions that is typically shown on the faces of sports-persons, but there is another variable in this whole picture. You should verify whether the lighting conditions are such that light is properly falling on […]

How to take better photos of sports events – some tips and techniques

Tip 526 (Learn to get access to get closer): Imagine being able to take a close up shot of your favorite football hero ? Your chances will be much higher if you are able to get closer to the action, and that is something you should be focusing on. Make getting closer access to the […]

How to take better photos of sports events – some tips and techniques (contd..)

Tip 521 (Keep the camera ready with the shutter half way down): When trying to a take a shot of some action, it makes a lot of sense to keep your camera ready to take the shot, including pressing the shutter button halfway down so that you already have the focusing and exposure ready. This […]