About CoursePhotograph your kids sports like a pro! Join Rob Foldy, professional sports photographer, as he teaches you the basic photographic principles that will make your subjects proud. This is not a class on gear, but Rob does show you how to use what you have, and how to configure your camera for the best results. You’ll also learn the importance of storytelling and how being prepared before you go to the game will help you take your photographs to the next level. Rob brings it all together by working with three parents while they photograph their kids’ soccer game, providing them tips for shooting with everything from a mobile phone to a DSLR.
- Lesson 1: Introduction 02:15
- Lesson 2: Storytelling 05:29
- Lesson 3: Where Will Photos Be Used? 07:51
- Lesson 4: Camera Settings and Gear 07:16
- Lesson 5: White Balance Setting 04:10
- Lesson 6: Picture Style 03:00
- Lesson 7: Screen Brightness 04:04
- Lesson 8: Lens Choice 01:46
- Lesson 9: Shooting a Live Soccer Game 10:51
- Lesson 10: Finding the Picture Within the Picture 19:17
- Lesson 11: Conclusion 03:56
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Rob Foldy is a professional sports and portrait photographer based in Miami, Florida. His sports photography career has grown to serve multiple private clients, universities, sports teams and top-tier wire services both across the U.S. and globally. In addition to being the team photographer for Major League Baseball franchise the Miami Marlins, other notable clients include the Miami Dolphins, Getty Images, ESPN and Sports Illustrated. Rob's commercial clients include Nike, Beats by Dre and Lexus, and his editorial work has been featured in magazines, on websites and used on television programs for The New York Times, Microsoft, ESPN's SportsCenter and many more. He has covered events such as the NBA Finals, NCAA College Football Playoffs, NFL championship games, and has shot a Major League Baseball no-hitter. His unique perspective and strong attention to detail set Rob's images apart from the competition.