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Tips for Shooting Outdoor Sports


Jay Goodrich offers tips on getting the perspective and your camera setting right when photographing extreme sports. http://cr8.lv/jgadventureyt

Conveying scale can be difficult. Jay shows the difference between an amateur shot and the photograph he took while shooting a skier coming around the bend in the Grand Teton National Park. He also discusses his preferred camera settings and offers tips for setting up a action shots.

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Hi everyone, I am a freelance commercial photographer and specialize in actions sports/lifestyle imagery. For me it’s all about putting my vision in front of the lens to get unique photos. What makes a photo unique for me is not only the photo itself, but also the way I capture it. This kind of mentality has gotten me dangerously close to the action and into some amazing situations. I have a great passion for action sports, and photography helps me stay close to the action and involved in the industry. Photography is not only something that I do, it’s my lifestyle.


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