With the Olympics going on this weeks challenge was sports to fit the theme. Photographing sports is always its own monster as you have to catch the moment in a subject that tends to keep you on your toes to catch everything. Between zip lines, cars, and horses we had a bit of a mix this week as you guys thought out of the box.
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I like using the silhouette and sun for a monochrome shot. Using the rule of thirds while dropping low you get a lot of foreground draw focus to your subject and bokeh.
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One nice thing about sports is you get to practice your panning photography. Erwin was a nice crisp shot using a slower speed while not blurring out the background to the point you can’t tell what’s going on in the scene.
Justin has a nice sports shot of a sailing practice run. The nice thing to keep in mind for photos like these is the boat in the background balances the photos interest. Otherwise you’d have one boat and a lot of negative space in the background.
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