Great sports photography doesn’t always happen during the game



Some of the best sports photographs happen before and after the game—and during timeouts. Keep your eyes open for those personal moments that say something about the way your favorite athletes feel about competing, winning, and, sadly, losing.

It’s almost impossible to appreciate how difficult sports action photography is without trying your hand at it on the sidelines of a large team sport.

I’ve actually become aggravated with famous quarterbacks, for example, for daring to throw a great pass while standing in front of a lousy…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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