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Action Photography – Capturing the Moment

Action Photography Learn Photography This is an excerpt from the book “Sports Photography: How to Capture Action and Emotion” by Peter Skinner. Australian butterfly swimmer Pierce Hardy of Caloundra, Queensland, powers to the end of the pool. Swimmers are best photographed as they burst above the water. Nikon D1X, ISO 200, 300mm f4 lens, 1/1000 at f5.6. © 2008, Peter ...

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Street Photography – The Modern World

Online Photography School Street Photography – The Modern World Public perception of any person with a camera in their hand in and around public landmarks, was forever changed as a result of Sept 11, 2001. It didn’t help that the paparazzi contributed to Princess Diana’s death. The hordes of paparazzi through their dogged pursuit of their quarry, contributed to her ...

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Photo of the Day: Avenue Crushin’

Category: PortraitsPhotograph: by Kevin Kelleher Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr Community. To learn how your work can be featured on the site, please read this article. This Post Sponsored by: Perfectly Clear for Photoshop or Lightroom is all about saving you time so you can focus on doing what you love best. Get a free trial of the award ...

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Action Photography Tips – Three

Learn Photography Action Photography Photographing action is quite challenging, but can also be very rewarding. The keys to success are knowing your camera, knowing your subject…and LOTS of practice. You have to be able to set focus and exposure quickly (or monitor them quickly, if using an automatic camera). In short, you can’t be fumbling around trying to figure out ...

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Here’s a Nifty Trick for Syncing Two or More Cameras in Lightroom

Shooting two or more cameras generally means you need to ensure the cameras are all synchronized to the same clock time. Unfortunately, my Canon 5D Mark III drifts horrendously when it comes to keeping good time — perhaps even 20 seconds in a week. I found myself continuously having to set each of my cameras before each wedding shoot to ...

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