In the spirit of Ryu’s post on how to shoot defenders, I am going to do a mini-series on how to shoot American football. Or as I like to call it, football. Since I lack Ryu’s gift at making technical diagrams while making it up in other areas, I figured I would include actual pictures […]Read more "Matt: How to Shoot American Football – Special Teams"
This isn’t advice I would run around posting in the comments of random pictures on Flickr, nor would I offer it unsolicited to people I know, but since you’re here to get better at sports photography: Get Out of Your Comfort Zone. Ryu and I look at every picture that is posted in the BLFS […]Read more "Matt: Get Out of Your Comfort Zone"
After “What gear should I get?” the question I am asked the most is “How can I get better pictures of high school football at night?” As I have mentioned before, my path started with high school sports exclusively. Budget-conscious school districts aren’t usually thinking about photographers when they buy field lighting, in fact sometime […]Read more "Matt: Shooting in the Dark – A Crutch for High School Football"