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Sports photographer Jean Fruth does more than take pictures. She tells stories, giving you a sense of place and culture. Journey with Fruth as she shares her thought process when photographing a professional or amateur game. 0:00 - Jean Fruth’s Approach to Sports Photography 4:10 - From Grassroots to the Pros 11:58 - Giving Back 17:55 - Women and Girls in Baseball 30:26 - Final Thoughts Are you a sports photographer with tips to share? Please do so in the Comments section, below.
From behind the wheel to behind the camera, Justin Bell always manages to forge personal connections with the subjects of the portraits he takes. In this video, Bell sits down with us to discuss his love of racing and photography. 0:00 - Introduction 3:08 - Bell’s Love for Art and Racing 10:32 - Why Bell Photographs with Leica 19:05 - Bell’s Racing Photography Has its Own Unique Look 25:30 - Bell’s Favorite Images 41:32 - Leica SL vs. Leica Q2 47:42 - Who is Still Shooting Film? 52:06 - Leica Maintains its Value 53:30 - Life with Legends 57:
Join Jaison Sterling, owner of Rock Town Media, as he dives into the basic concepts of action portraits using off-camera lighting. Sterling goes over the gear needed to create dynamic sports portraits. 0:00 - Introduction 1:16 - Sterling's Background 6:08 - Sterling's Lighting Setup 14:56 - Editing 15:21 – One-on-One Mentoring 16:30 - Setting the Power of the Flash and Using the Flash Outdoors 20:02 - Getting Started with Off-Camera Flash 21:46 – Sky Exposure and Deciding Which Lights and Modifiers to Use 24:46 - Pricing, Location, Posing,
How do you freeze fast-moving subjects in camera? Keydrin Franklin shares his lens choice, camera settings, and other factors when taking action shots. 0:00 - Introduction 0:17 - Today’s Photo Shoot 0:54 - Lens Focal Length 1:21 - ISO 1:41 - Aperture 2:10 - Shutter Speed 2:42 - Tracking 3:50 - Background 4:38 - Check Your Work 5:10 - The Entire Process
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We took the DJI Osmo Action Camera to Colorado for #AdventureWeek to find out how steady RockSteady Mode really is. We tested it while hiking up the Manitou Incline's 2,768 steps, sand boarding, and even rafting on some Class IV rapids. So, did the DJI Osmo Action's RockSteady Mode pass our tests? Let us know in the Comments section, below! Be sure to check back on B&H Explora for more of