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Action Photography

By: Margaret Brown

Most photographers enjoy shooting moving subjects, but there’s a lot more to successful action photography than simply pointing your camera and pressing the shutter button. Photo Review’s handy Action Photography guide provides easy-to-follow advice on how to obtain successful shots of all kinds of motion. We also include some of the tricks of the trade that professional photographers rely upon.


 




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Action Photography

Most photographers enjoy shooting moving subjects, but there’s a lot more to successful action photography than simply pointing your camera and pressing the shutter button. Photo Review’s handy Action Photography guide provides easy-to-follow advice on how to obtain successful shots of all kinds of motion. We also include some of the tricks of the trade that professional photographers rely upon.

 

Successfully photographing any sport or activity depends on knowing how to pick the right moment to trigger the shutter, being in the right place at the right time, and having the correct equipment set up with appropriate exposure controls to deliver correctly-exposed images. You must also understand how to ensure the right parts of the subject are sharply focused.

 

All these questions – and more – are answered in the Action Photography, which also provides advice on creative shooting techniques and post-capture manipulations that can be used to enhance a sense of motion or add movement to otherwise static subjects.



This is the 22nd Pocket Guide authored by Photo Review’s tech editor Margaret Brown. 

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