Pretty soon it will be August of 2013- just a few more days actually! And Fall school and rec. sports will be scheduling their Captains Practices to prep for the season to come. Primarily we're talking about football, soccer, and volleyball.
I am personally anxious to begin, anew, photographing some of these games this Fall. After several years and thousands of images...I have learned so much about photographing sports action.
At most games I see many parents with cameras of all sorts. From small, compact Point&Shoots to large , black DSLRs by Canon, Nikon, Sony and others. If the opportunity arises, I will offer them a suggestion that will likely improve their photo results.
I am sure that many of you have purchased a larger camera and lens kit with sports photography in mind. However, how many of you have read the manual - beyond the first chapter or so? Or really delve into how to use this expensive tool to capture better images of your children? Then wonder why they are still looking dark or blurry? Still shooting on Auto or one of the various settings like Sports, Landscape or Macro!
Solution: Sports Photography for Parents
Sign up for one of my 2 hour sessions, concentrating on the skills you can use to capture much better images of sports action. We'll cover what camera settings to use and how/when to change them, composition, holding the camera, panning and capturing those one of a kind candid images of your star player.
August dates: Sat mornings - the 10th, 17th and 24th. Weekday times are also available.
2 hour sessions are only $25/person. Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org