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Sports photography guide at Nikonians
Ilse Jurriën : July 21th 2006 - 10:09 CET
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NikoniansSports photography guide at Nikonians : Nikonian Steve Johnson provides a step-by-step tutorial for parents who want to photograph their children's sports events and come home with professional quality results. Successful sports photography can be achieved with basic point and shoot cameras, but the most reliable results will consistently come from single lens reflex (SLR) cameras. Single lens reflex cameras generally cost more, but provide you with more control over the settings, allowing you to be more effective in shooting sports. That flexibility is crucial in helping you cope with the challenges of sports and action photography. You will see that as you progress in the sports photography guide.
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