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Sports photographer Jean Fruth does more than take pictures. She tells stories, giving you a sense of place and culture. Journey with Fruth as she shares her thought process when photographing a professional or amateur game. 0:00 - Jean Fruth’s Approach to Sports Photography 4:10 - From Grassroots to the Pros 11:58 - Giving Back 17:55 - Women and Girls in Baseball 30:26 - Final Thoughts Are you a sports photographer with tips to share? Please do so in the Comments section, below.
Join Jaison Sterling, owner of Rock Town Media, as he dives into the basic concepts of action portraits using off-camera lighting. Sterling goes over the gear needed to create dynamic sports portraits. 0:00 - Introduction 1:16 - Sterling's Background 6:08 - Sterling's Lighting Setup 14:56 - Editing 15:21 – One-on-One Mentoring 16:30 - Setting the Power of the Flash and Using the Flash Outdoors 20:02 - Getting Started with Off-Camera Flash 21:46 – Sky Exposure and Deciding Which Lights and Modifiers to Use 24:46 - Pricing, Location, Posing,
How do you freeze fast-moving subjects in camera? Keydrin Franklin shares his lens choice, camera settings, and other factors when taking action shots. 0:00 - Introduction 0:17 - Today’s Photo Shoot 0:54 - Lens Focal Length 1:21 - ISO 1:41 - Aperture 2:10 - Shutter Speed 2:42 - Tracking 3:50 - Background 4:38 - Check Your Work 5:10 - The Entire Process
Join veteran sports photographer Pete Wright as he walks you through every element of sports photography. He goes over how to get started, what gear to use, the proper camera settings to use, useful software options for post-processing, searching for the best locations, using remote camera rigs, and so much more. 0:00 - Introduction 2:56 - Wright’s Background 6:50 - Equipment 11:54 - Know Your Tools 18:18 - Location is Everything 24:49 - Photograph Warmups 27:11 - Know the Team You’re Photographing 28:41 - Remote Cameras 41:03 - Post-
Camera lenses, strobes, and light modifiers are all a part of taking dynamic sports portraits. In this B&H Online Video, photographer Matt Hernandez shares 5 tips for creating great sports portraiture. Are you a sports photographer? How will you apply Hernandez’s portrait tips? Leave a comment below.
Sony Artisan of Imagery Jean Fruth shares her tips for photographing sports, discussing different perspectives, scenarios to consider, and more. If you're a beginner to the sports photography world, then these tips will help you to level up! Which of these tips will you use on your next sports shoot? Have any of your own to add? Let us know in the Comments section, below!
Alexis Cuarezma shares his expertise regarding how to photograph athletes during a commercial photoshoot. Go behind the scenes to learn how to optimize your time with professional athletes while getting incredible images! If you have any questions after viewing this video, please leave them in the Comments section, below.
How fast is the Nikon D6 for sports photography? Can the autofocus track a boxer's face accurately? Can you push the ISO in lower light? Nikon ambassador and pro sports photographer Rod Mar puts the D6 through its paces at Church street boxing gym, in lower Manhattan. Learn more at B&H Explora Order the Nikon D6 DSLR Camera at B&H
529 Views· Posted 01/28/2020
Using the Sony a9 II and FE 400mm f/2.8 lens, Sony Artisan and sports photographer Jean Fruth photographs Montclair State University's ice hockey team, showcasing the camera's strengths for sports photography. More about Jean Fruth: https://www.jeanfruthimages.com/about/index More #AdventureWeek More Sony a9 II videos: -
1,613 Views· Posted 01/06/2020
Doug takes the Canon 1DX Mark III DSLR Camera out for a spin, showing you that "this camera is all about speed." Featuring a 20.1MP sensor with a newly designed low pass filter and a 191-point Dual Pixel CMOS AF system that prioritizes people. The 1DXIII can shoot up to 20 fps in Live View with AF/AE Tracking and can achieve a maximum burst rate of 1000+ images (RAW+JPEG). Video capabilities of the Canon 1DX III include 4K 60p with Canon Log, 10-bit 4
36 Views· Posted 11/27/2019
Join internationally known National Geographic photographer and Sony Artisan Ira Block to learn techniques, hints, and practical approaches to photographing your own passion. What are your takeaways from this presentation? Share them with us in the Comments section, below.
1,137 Views· Posted 06/13/2019
Doug Guerra, from B&H, sits down with Mike Bubolo, from Sony, to talk about the 600mm f/4 GM and 200mm-600mm G. Starting with the long-anticipated 600mm GM, Bubolo and Guerra discuss the impressive features and use cases of the new G Master, including its usefulness in sports and wildlife applications. After that, the guys break
7,469 Views· Posted 01/23/2019
Juliana Broste, better known as “Traveling Jules,” joins the B&H crew for a weekend ski trip with the just-announced Olympus OM-D E-M1X Mirrorless Camera. Broste takes the camera for a wild ride around Killington Mount, in Vermont, as she snowboards and snaps photos with this pro- and action-oriented Micro Four Thirds camera. It’s super fast, has outstanding autofocus, class-leading image stabilization, and numerous other
6,739 Views· Posted 11/01/2018
If you want better photos, you have to get in close. Join photographer David Flores as he provides details on the massive Sigma 60-600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens, a seriously impressive 10x zoom for full-frame DSLRs. Perfect for action, sports photographer Matthew Stith used the lens at a recent soccer match, so be sure to check out the video to see some killer shots. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide
183 Views· Posted 08/22/2018
Join Sigma Tech Rep Marc Farb for an informative Sports 101, Sigma style. Learn about its lineup of lenses and how to control shooting better images while getting the inside scoop on how to unlock the added performance of Sigma products using the USB technology. You can also learn some of the techniques for getting better images of fast action sports, as well as some intelligent lens choices. Take advantage of Farb’s knowledge and select the right lens(es) for your shooting needs and get the real story on how to use a tele converter best, and