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Shooting Sports – Part 2
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Shooting Sports – Part 2

If you think shooting indoors was challenging – read Shooting Sports Part 1 in PHOTONews Spring 2015 – wait until you go outside where you have absolutely no control over your shooting conditions at all.  If you are lucky, the temperature will be warm, the sun will be shining and [...]

Shooting Sports
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Shooting Sports

Nikon D3 – Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 | ISO 6400 – 1/800 @ f2.8 I have been shooting sports for over 25 years professionally. I first started shooting sports my last year of high school when my buddies and I would go skiing in the Laurentian mountains just north of Montreal. [...]

Panning Photography by Kevin Pepper
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Panning Photography by Kevin Pepper

The skill of panning photography is going to take every ounce of patience you have. While the concept is simple, the execution can go wrong more times than it is successful.

The Composite/HDR Portrait
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The Composite/HDR Portrait

In this lesson, Michael Corsentino taps into the power of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography and combines it with the technique of background dropout to create a dramatic sports portrait.

This action photo was shot in ambient interior light with a 400mm f/2.8 lens. I set the camera to 1/250 second at f/2.8, ISO 800, and waited for the definitive moment to trip the shutter.
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Keeping an Eye on the Action! by André Pichette

For almost a quarter of a century, Montreal photographer André Pichette has thrilled Canadians with images of the leading personalities in a wide range of Olympic and professional sports.