Sports photography requires a specific skill-set. Things like the right gear, the right settings, and the right timing are all key. In this article are 8 tips from 35 year pro photojournalist, Perry Mah, to help get you started doing sports photography.
You’ve previously learned about shadows, light, and how to review images. In this image collection you can put all your new skills to work, and enjoy some fabulous photography.
Part of photography, or any new thing you are learning, is overcoming limits. Sometimes that means pushing your boundaries, getting out of your comfort zone, and doing things that scare you a bit. In this article we’ll explore 6 ways you can overcome some of these fears, and move forward with your photography.
This month’s photography challenge is about honing your powers of observation and learning to see – not only light but moments. You might even get to try out your patience. Find out how to participate and be eligible to win the prize by clicking through to the article.
This challenge is about shooting in monochrome. In the golden days of film, black and white was very popular with many photographers. Shooting in monochrome strips the image down to the real basics – light, tone and form. It forces you to look at your subject differently and really see what the light is doing. Part of your challenge this month is to use this tool to learn to see light.