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Sports Photography: How to Capture Action…

Sports Photography: How to Capture Action and Emotion

by Peter Skinner

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Expert advice on everything you need to know to take amazing sports photographs. Here is the ultimate guide to taking great sports photos. Whether you are shooting professional players or a school sports day, this volume encourages you to look beyond the norm to create thrilling and evocative photographs. "Sports Photography" provides readers with expert advice from some of the most respected sports photographers in the world on every aspect of photographing sporting events. It discusses topics such as choosing the right equipment; how to work with different formats - from point-and-sho- ot to sophisticated digital SLR cameras; understanding the differences between traditional film and digital; and using light to capture emotion, action, and mood. This volume also features a number of projects to help readers hone the skills they have learnt, as well as information on how to break into the profession- al sports photography industry.… (more)

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