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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Ten Action Photography Tips

Posted by Lee Yuan Sheng in "Digital Home Articles & Resources" @ 04:30 PM

http://improvephotography.com/736/1...packed-moments/

"Action Photography Tip #1: Plan ahead! Carefully plan where you will set up. This is probably the biggest mistake for action photographers. I can’t tell you how many parents I see on the sidelines shooting their son’s soccer game from the middle of the field. Since the action will mostly occur near the goal, that is a much better place to set up."

Here are some general tips for shooting anything that moves fast. Tip number nine requires a little more explanation from me: Shooting with both eyes open is best done via using your dominant eye through the viewfinder; not doing so leads to a very confusing experience! Note that cameras in general are designed for use with the right eye, so if you are left eye dominant, handling the camera will get a little trickier, so it will be something that will need extra practice to be totally comfortable with. Here is a link on a test that will determine your dominant eye.


Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Shooting Sports? Have Some Photography Tips!

Posted by Lee Yuan Sheng in "Digital Home Articles & Resources" @ 12:00 PM

http://www.sportspictures.com/sport...techniques.html

"Every sport requires a different technique to capture the action. This may involve focusing on a fixed point (such as a basketball hoop), or focusing on key players in a team. Listed below are some techniques for popular sports photography."

One common photographer archetype is the sports photographer, given that many celebrated and popular images are those from sport. It is not surprising then, that many new camera owners go test out their new purchases shooting sports in their local arenas. Well, before doing that, check out this list of tips for different sports. Unlike a number of articles on the web, this one is quite specific to a number of sports. Just remember the most important tip that applies to all sport photographers though: Know your sport!


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