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April 2017

Sports Photography – The Photographer

2017-04-30T21:07:22+00:00

Becoming Psychic This is the third and final part of my Sports Photography Tutorial.  The first two parts covered the main equipment: the camera and the lens.  Now, we're going to take a look at the most important piece of the equation: You.  The photographer. There is a skill to shooting sports that goes [...]

Sports Photography – The Photographer 2017-04-30T21:07:22+00:00

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Camera Body

2017-04-16T00:51:17+00:00

Sports Photography: The Camera Last time we focused on what is probably the most important piece of equipment in sports photography: the lens.  Now we’re going to take a look at the second-most important thing: the camera body itself.  While the best camera in the world can only record what the lens shows it, [...]

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Camera Body 2017-04-16T00:51:17+00:00

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Lens

2017-04-16T00:54:13+00:00

This is the first tutorial, and it’s fitting that it’s on the type of photography I enjoy the most: action and sports photography.  To start, we should discuss the obvious: the gear that you need to have.  Since you generally can’t get too close to a football player in the middle of a game, [...]

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Lens 2017-04-16T00:54:13+00:00

FINA 2014

2017-04-16T13:57:33+00:00

I had the good fortune of being one of the official photographers for the FINA (Fédération International de la Natation) Masters championships that were held in Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal in late July and early August 2014.  FINA is the international governing body for the aquatic sports of synchronized swimming, diving, open water swimming, [...]

FINA 2014 2017-04-16T13:57:33+00:00