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Getting Great Action and Sports Photography

Two things you must do to register for this class:

1. RSVP here FIRST and then . . .

2. You MUST register for this class ($39) on our Canon site here:

Today's DSLR’s and lenses make excellent action photography a realistic proposition, whether you're taking pictures of your kids in the back yard or an organized sporting event. But there's a lot more to great action photography than simply pressing the button and hoping for the best!

Great sports and action pictures usually don’t happen by accident. During this seminar, which is geared for the enthusiast, we'll highlight what lenses work best in different situations and why, ideas you can put into practice the next time you’re shooting, how to maximize your camera settings and how to position yourself to get the best possible shots – including creative techniques for artistic results. We'll also have Canon EOS cameras and lenses on-hand for you to sample, as well as answers to your questions about getting great images of subjects in motion.

Even if you're not sure if action photography is for you, the suggestions and ideas we'll show tonight will inspire you to use your DSLR to get better pictures in challenging environments.

You will learn:

Positioning yourself for the best shot
How to take control of the sophisticated AF system
What lenses work best for certain situations
Why and how to customize the controls for back-button focusing
Creative techniques for photographing action
How to set up the camera for shooting action
Ways to use flash for indoor action photography
And much more

What to bring:

Your EOS camera with fully-charged battery
At least one lens
Memory card
Canon Speedlite (if you own one) with fresh batteries
A willingness to learn

What is provided:

Canon notebook and pen
Inspiring instruction
Coffee, water and light snacks

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  • Dan C.

    Well done, enjoyed ther discussion

    February 4, 2014

  • Kate J B.

    Interesting presentation with some great photos; would have liked seeing the EXIF data as well as the lens used for the photos.

    February 3, 2014

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