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Night Sports Photography Seminar

Updated: Sep 17, 2019

Night Sports Photography Seminar 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm, Burton Park


Trying to take sports photos at night is tricky. You are not as close as you are normally, you have a fast moving subject, and it's dark. As good as the phone cameras are, dedicated DSLR cameras can provide the best, even dramatic results if you know the tricks of the trade. So bring your camera and get tips from an expert.


Above are a few photos from Evan Ajuria, our expert. Evan is a sophomore at Carlmont High School with a passion for photography. He has have lived on both coasts of the U.S., having spent eight years living on the gold coast of Long Island, New York. His first professional break came in July 2015 when he was commissioned to photograph a residential art piece for a Fine Art Gallery in Menlo Park.  This successful project was featured in a Fine Art publication and also led to other opportunities.

Night Sports Photography Seminar 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm


Basics

 Navigation & Settings

  1.  Auto

  2.  White Balance

  3.  Continuous Shooting

Exposure

  1.  What is ISO

  2.  What is Aperture

  3.  What is Shutter Speed

  4.  Putting them together

Taking a good shot

  1.  Choosing the right settings

  2.  Angles & Perspectives

Right Gear

  1.  What type of camera and lens is best

  2.  What simple edits can you make to improve pictures


Evan will also be taking team photos for us at a later date.

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