Over the years I’ve been contacted through social media, emails and in person by young photographers seeking advice on being a sports photographer. I never try and discourage them, but I also have to try and be honest: Sports Photography is dead as a profession… sad but true. I know very few who are scratching […]
When it comes to technology, consumers have been conditioned to expect notable feature changes with version numbers increases. The iPhone 11 Pro, for example, not only included the snappier A13 Bionic chip, it also sported a three lens array and significantly better low light performance.
Photographer Ryan Mense put together a completely (purposely) ridiculous video “exposing” Canon for making the new 1D X Mark III … too good. How so? Well, it turns out that, at full speed, it’ll only take 8 hours 40 minutes and 48 seconds of continuous use to “kill” the Canon 1D X Mark III’s shutter. […]
Sony has unveiled a Software Development Kit (SDK) that will give developers remote access to “key camera controls and still image data,” so they can develop their own third-party applications for controlling Sony’s mirrorless full-frame cameras remotely.
A photographer was knocked unconscious at a college football game this past weekend after a player slammed into her as she shot from the sidelines. The scary incident was captured on national TV. Georgia Bulldogs photographer Chamberlain Smith was covering the Saturday game between Georgia and Auburn at Jordan Hare Stadium in Alabama when Georgia […]
Sports photographers on the sidelines of games sometimes find themselves a little too close to the action. One NFL photographer had an unexpected meeting with the quarterback recently, and the clip of what happened quickly went viral online.
It’s time for one more Sony a9 demo, because a high-speed sports camera is only as good as its AutoFocus system. Sony Artisan Gary Fong uploaded this pole vaulter demo, showing how well the a9 can keep up with a running athlete while shooting wide open. Just like the 20fps no blackout demo last week, […]
Neil Leifer‘s photograph of Muhammad Ali standing over a knocked out Sonny Liston is, without a doubt, the most iconic image of the heavyweight champion ever captured. And now, you can own the photographer’s own print of the photo, signed by Ali himself.