Top Sport Photography Tutorials
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Top Sport Photography Tutorials - Here's a round-up of some top sport photography tutorials for you to take a look at.
If you already have some sports shots you want to share, or are heading to a game / race over the next few days, why not post your images in the Photo Month forum? You never know, you may have an award-winning shot that'll give you the opportunity to win our Photo Month competition prize this week.
Watersports Photography - Head to a local reservoir and you'll more than likely find some high-speed action to capture. More tips on this type of sport can be found here, too: wakeboard and waterski photography.
Photographing Athletics - Head to an indoor meet with your camera or wait for the summer months where more outdoor meets take place.
Fun Runs And Marathon Photography - Get a little closer to the action and photograph a running event out in the countryside or around a city's streets.
Photographing Parkour - Add a twist to your action and sports images by capturing a series of images that embrace the world of Parkour.
Basic Motorsport Photography Tips - New to motorsport photography? Have a read of these basic but essential tips.
Shoot Motorcross Events - For some fast-paced action, head to a local motorcross meet with your telephoto zoom.
Photographing Kitesurfing - Head to the beach on a breezy day and you may find kitesurfers skimming along the water's edge.
Photographing Bowls - We know it won't be everyone's idea of a fun day out but it's an easily accessible sport that'll give you opportunity to brush-up on several photography techniques.
Cricket Photography - When summer arrives take your gear (and a comfy seat) along to your local cricket ground / club and spend the afternoon capturing images of this popular summer sport.
For more tips on capturing images at football matches, by the side of a boxing ring, or on a snowy mountain, head over to the Sports & Action technique section of the site.