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Learn The Basics Of Action Sports Photography – Viral Trends

Learn The Basics Of Action Sports Photography




Welcome to Snap Addict!

This is Season one, Episode one! The Introduction to Action Sports Photography!

Today, Phil takes you through aperture settings, shutter speeds, lens choice & timing, using both an entry level & professional nikon body!

Stay tuned for episode 2 as we take you through more action sports photographic techniques before proceeding on to post production & videography later on in the season!

A special thank you to Jackson Bartlett from MGP Action Sports for participating in this episode! For those wondering, this particular episode was filmed on a Canon 60D with a 15mm Sigma Lens!

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Comments 29

  1. There is nothing to learn here. Move on. Seriously… who tells the subject to waste their time doing their trick before they've even bothered checking the exposure… and aperture priority for action shots?! Plus I love that the first example picture was taken with a D7k and a shitty lens for telephoto… then he whips out a pro body and lens for the close ups. lol

  2. to all experts here, what would you recommend, sigma 70-200mm f2.8 HSM II (non-OS) or the canon 70-200mm f4 non-IS? ill be using it shooting very fast paced triathlon most of the time…
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  3. I am desperate for help. I have a Canon Rebel EOS xsi. I was gifted a Canon EF 75-300 mm F4-5.6 without a stabilizer. I need a good lens for sports photography. Mainly action shots of soccer, baseball and lacrosse. Once I loose sunlight all of my pictures are blurry. I can take a few on auto with flash but they are slow and tbh if the umpire catches me taking them I can be thrown out of the game as the flash "disrupts" the pitcher even though the pitcher is my son and it doesn't bother him but rules are rule. I have tried everything in adjusting my ISO, speed, settings etc. nothing works. The lens I have isn't adequate for night action shooting and zoomed shots.
    I found the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras recommend in an article but really need advice. If you could take the time to answer I would be so grateful!!!!

  4. Great tips but you might wanna give your cameraman some tips too, should use a neutral density filter, and dont shoot with the sun in front of the camera in some shots ouch XD

  5. E2…..Jeasus i wouldn't risk it with this lot waiting to tear your head off :-0 whatever happened to just moving on if something is not to your thing. The guy is only trying to be helpful. He's not looking for your credit card :-0

  6. Thanks for the informative video. Just one question.. how does one do a bsbs on a scooter? Wouldn't that be a back-scoot? I see why you chose a scooter though, he can stick it every time. Especially when he puts his foot on the rail for balance (@10:30)

  7. I think I slashed my wrists 30 seconds into him showing all his lenses, I'm not too sure if I did or didn't but I'm too bored to look. Well done letting the learning disabled lad sit with you at the beginning of the video though.

  8. I support this guy, sport is anything, not everyone in this world would into sports that other people like. It is sport, sport is anything. If he could not do better? Can you guys do better? Atleast appreciate what he did! If you are a pro videography why would you watch this? such an attention whore lol. Just enjoy the video! hahahha

  9. You took all the effort to make a great logo and produced a very nice, professional video. There might be some contentious bits (as evident from the comments), but overall a really promising episode, sooo … where's the rest? Why'd you stop?

  10. Action Sports at single shot mode are  u a having laugh… I don't agree with spray and pray but more shots more to work with but fewer and better quality agreed. Ask any pro burst mode

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