Tip #6 – Tips On How To Photograph Sports

TIP #6 – NO EYES! NO SHOT!

When photographing sports, the key rule is to include the eyes of the subject  and you can never fail. If you’re shooting the back of a player, STOP! ..Wait  for them to turn around (or turn to another player on the field) ..and shoot  when you have their eyes in the shot. The best shots in soccer are the headers  and knee shots, as their eye level will typically be above parallel to the  ground which is what we want. Whatever you do, don’t forget to photograph the  goal keeper! He/she doesn’t have much interaction with the entire game, but the  anticipation shots in between can still make great shots.

Read more: http://www.digital-photography-school.com/8-tips-on-how-to-photograph-sports#ixzz1Wvh2wi6Q

 

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