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Days Action Photo Tips Here are 3 tips that will help you yield better results for sports and action photography: 1. Anticipate where the action will take place and be ready and in position to capture it. Try to shoot from a low camera angle from the sideline vs. simply shooting from the bleachers. 2. The warm up period that occurs before a game is a great time to practice your action shots and to see if the settings you are using will work for the game itself. With the pressure off, you can snap a whole set of pictures to sharpen your own skills. You may even end up with the best picture of the night–like when your child does something silly to get herself hyped up for the game…and you get the shot! 3. Aim For the Torso. If you’re using Single-point Autofocus, it’s tempting to try to focus on an athlete’s head, but this can make a difficult shot even harder than it needs to be. Compared to the rest of the body, the head is relatively small, and in the middle of an intense, fast-paced game it can be nearly impossible to focus on. When you aim for the torso you give yourself a larger area to focus on. It could mean the difference between locking the focus on a gymnast in the middle of an acrobatic leap…or on the audience behind her. For More Helpful Photography Tips, sign-up for our Photo Basics Class to learn how to use a DSLR, Mirrorless or Point and Shoot Camera along with photography basics to capture exciting images! FREE PHOTO BASICS CLASS! Every New Camera Purchase includes a o get you y FREE Photo Basics Class to ed in phot photography! started

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