sports photography

On the Trail of Trail Cameras

Trail cameras are great tools for capturing close-up photos and video of wildlife remotely, without running the risk of scaring them off or sustaining personal injury. Strap a camera to a tree or post and set it to take shots automatically while you go about your business elsewhere. When you return, you’ll have great shots that would have been extremely difficult to pull off while holding the camera.

The Moultrie Panoramic 150: Game-Changing Trail Camera

Until now, trail and wildlife cameras have been somewhat limited in their field of view. Meet the Moultrie Panoramic 150, a camera featuring 3 PIR motion sensors that together cover an extremely wide 150-degree angle of view, revolutionizing trail photography.

Gravity-Inspired Photography: Images from a Vertical World

Mark Fisher gives a two-part presentation at B&H: Part One highlights Fisher’s work as one of the most sought-after and published ski photographers in the world and, specifically, his work photographing the top professional skiers in one of the most demanding and beautiful natural environments—Alaska.

The Thrill of Victory: Sports Photography

There are two cardinal rules for capturing great sports photographs. First, know your equipment, and second, know the sport. There are several secondary rules that are just as important and all of these, plus more, are covered in Jeff Cable’s extensive ninety-plus-minute presentation.

A Lifetime of Sports Photography, Sponsored by Canon

The title belies the content. Sports Illustrated photographer Damian Strohmeyer has spent twenty-plus years photographing sports for the world's largest sports magazine, everywhere from the frozen tundra of Green Bay's Lambeau Field to The Big House at the University of Michigan, from Fenway Park to Yankee Stadium.

Photographing US Open Tennis

Chris Nicholson has spent 17 years photographing tennis professionally. In this almost two hour presentation he passes on his experience and talks specifically about the US Open: what kind of equipment (camera, lenses) and memory cards he uses, and when filters are necessary.

Shooting Sports with David Black

David Black is a photographer who has been shooting sports for many years. He's also seen a lot of changes: autofocus, priority modes, and digital photography only being a couple of them. We recently got the opportunity to talk to him about how he started off by shooting only one sport to gaining the abilities to shoot various others.

If you're a sports fan, you'll want to take a look.

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