Three photography tips for the beginner photographer include choosing the right camera, getting educated, and finding subjects to take pictures of. Pierce Brunson of Modern Photography Group, explains some ideas that will help improve your photography faster than “going it alone.”
The followup video to Sports Action Photography In Available Light, Pierce Brunson discusses his learned techniques for getting the best stop action images during evening games. Follow Pierce Brunson on Instagram @piercebrunsonphotography and follow his sports action photography @fireflyeventphotography on Instagram.
An unscheduled Shoot Review was needed to share my experience, tips, and results on capturing great sports action in the sunlight or stadium light available.
Part 1: found out some new techniques and will make a part 2. Pierce Brunson, shooting for Firefly Event Photography, shares his experience with his first sports photography shoot. The flag football tournament started in great daylight, then shifted to evening, then shifted to high school stadium lights. Video includes equipment used and settings.
Images captured by Pierce Brunson for Firefly Event Photography , a service of Modern Photography Group, LLC.
Shoot Review 6 is all about how to narrow and focus so your photography business starts to flourish. Having an understanding of what you are hunting always always helps gets better results. Take a look at the video.
Take a look at Shoot Review 003 where Pierce Brunson describes the techniques that went into this practice session with people on the beach at sunset. Golden Hour photography skills are a great way to express creativity and enhance the background of your images.
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Among the many questions I get as a photographer is “how did you shoot that?” After novice photographers realize that it may not be the camera but their skill they immediately start asking skill based questions. Since I have received this question at least 6 times this month I decided to start a YouTube video session called “Shoot Review.” Shoot Review will be a video where I describe a recent shoot and how I achieved those results. A few things before we start.
I rarely edit in Photoshop but when I do I will let you know.
I have trained myself (via many videos and books) to shoot well in camera.
I spend more time shooting than editing.
I will tell you exactly the conditions of all my shoots and how I achieved the results.
Being a better photographer is just practice and getting the results you want. People hire me for my style of photography so I focus on improving my skill and process. I rarely worry about the results beyond the shoot because by then it is too late.