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Sport Photography Techniques

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 12 - 2020

Sport Photography Techniques - Maria Kirilenko

Sport Photography Techniques - Maria Kirilenko


The subject of sports photography is extensive and as with playing sports, the more you practice the better you will be.Put simply, there is no right or wrong way to shoot sports. It’s an individual choice determined
by you own vision, creativity, your visual goals, and access to the action. Knowing the sport is critical—not necessarily the finer points of the rules, but the likely flow of action and what the athletes are likely to do in any given situation. Read the rest of this entry »

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