Action Photography

When taking action photography, consider the shutter speed and the lens size to get the best results, whether it be a crisp image or an image that shows moti…

Episode 33 of my photography series introduces action photography. Please subscribe and feel free to submit video requests! Also check out my other sites on …

blog.jaredpolin.com Here in part 2 I go into detail on using Shutter Priority for shooting sports outdoors. What is it, what are the benefits of using it and how it works. Make sure you watch the very end for a sneak peek of shooting better hockey pictures. Shot with the NIKON D3S

Adorama Photography TV presents “How’d They Do That” featuring Jon Willey. In this episode, Mark talks with Jon who is currently the team photographer and manager of imaging services for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Jon shows Mark the steps he takes to get those great action shots on and off the field. For details about the gear Jon uses, and for more articles, podcasts and videos about sports photography, go here: www.adorama.com Visit www.adorama.com for more videos!

I bought this type of lens because this is all i can afford. For $300.00 it’s not bad.

The best feature of this camera is the SWIVEL LCD SCREEN. 18MP, outstanding!

The attached lens is a 18-135mm standard zoom. I am not a PRO. As a matter of fact, i am a NOOBY in DSLR world. I would like to thank the people who gave me good pointers on how to take great photos using a DLSR camera.

Action Shots… You enjoy the moment. We’ll supply the memories. Action Shots utilizes the speed and quality of today’s technology to bring professional digital action photography to youth sports and activities in Erie, PA. Description Think back to your childhood. Don’t you wish you had pictures to capture the memories of you performing your favorite sport or activity to share with your family and friends? Your home run. Scoring the game-winning goal. Crossing the finish line. Your first dance recital. That important competition. Making it to the championships. Sure, we all have the generic team photos, or dozens of pictures of us in that one boring pose with our ball or dance shoes. Instead, can you imagine having high resolution, digital images of yourself, frozen in emotion-filled action, performing our sport or activity? Looking at the images would instantly return you to that special memory. Sharing those memories with your family and friends would be priceless… something to pass on. Whether you are a player, parent, grandparent, coach, school athletic director, studio owner, or event coordinator, Action Shots utilizes the speed and quality of today’s technology to bring professional digital action photography to youth sports and activities in Erie, PA. We pride ourselves on capturing the perfect “action moment” to convey the intensity, emotion, and determination of an athlete or performer.

Taking sports and action videos requires stopping the motion of fast-moving objects Shutter speed is integral to taking sports and action photos – with a dSLR you can have full control or let the camera determine the settings Sport Mode – gives priority to fast shutter speeds, wide aperture, and allows for continuous frame rate of up to 4 fps For more on this camera, please visit www.d5100.ca Featuring Mark Cruz, technical representative, Nikon Canada

Splash Master Class: www.e-junkie.com We Highly recommend this resource to any photographer who needs to master splash photography technique

Splash Master class: www.e-junkie.com tried this tutorial? share your shot: www.learnmyshot.com : Post your shot in challenge. Photography tutorial video goes step by step how to photograph a drop of water without the use flash or strobe. In this tutorial Robert Grant goes step by step how to create a great water droplet splash using halogen spot lamps. ; No expensive strobe equipment required.

By combining his passion for photography and sport, Craig Golding has become one of Australia’s best sports photographers. In this sports photography tutorial, Craig highlights the best techniques for high speed sports photography as well as photography tips for how to take action photos. Join in, find the inspiration for your photography and share at www.canon.com.au/worldofeos

Kayak photography is nearly as challenging as kayaking itself. Keeping equipment dry but getting into the action is no easy task. Red Bull Illume followed photographer Vitek Ludvik from the Czech Republic on his shoot with Olympic kayaker Vavra Hradilek to find out how he got a great shot in the rapids – without getting his camera wet. The brief was to get a close up picture where you can see Vavra’s face and kayak in action. Check the video to see how it was done. for more awesome shots check out RedBullIllume.com

Creative Cleveland Wedding Photographer Brett Yacovella in action, explaining and sharing what it’s like to work with the creative staff at Making the Moment Photography. Featuring real-life clients Jeff & Rachel Rice, this video is authentic look at our style and brand of award winning wedding photography.

froknowsphoto.com How to take ice hockey photos. Ice hockey is one of the hardest sports in my mind to try and photography. It was my first passion as a photographer and though many photographers tried to steer me clear of shooting it, I stuck with it and felt like I got as close to mastering it as possible. There are a lot of factors you need to take into consideration when you are shooting ice hockey. You have to think about the basics like what should my ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture be but than you also have to think about what will make for a good image. That is where a lot of people get lost when it comes to sports photography. You see a lot of images of players standing around because action shots tend to be more difficult.

This week Mark demonstrates some techniques for creating stop-action and time lapse videos. Watch as Mark animates a wooden toy and then creates a movie in Apple Final Cut Studio.

The Fuji Guys are out in the field again to show you how to get the best action photography shots when you are outside trying to capture fast-moving subjects with your camera.