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Essentials for a SPORTS Photography Business

with Dave Black & Scott Kelby

For anyone wanting to get started in sports photography there’s no better brain to pick than the legendary Dave Black. In this class, moderated by Scott Kelby, Dave takes questions from a live audience on a range of sports photography topics. As the questions come in and the answers flow, Dave shares his well earned insights into a range of topics, such as choosing the right gear for the sport you are covering, how to work with a wire service, how to get credentials, what makes a photo publishable, who owns the copyright of your photos, how to get started in the commercial side of sports photography, and more. All along the way Dave shares fascinating stories from his decades of experience covering a wide range of sports.

Essentials for a SPORTS Photography Business close

May 2019

For anyone wanting to get started in sports photography there’s no better brain to pick than the legendary Dave Black. In this class, moderated by Scott Kelby, Dave takes questions from a live audience on a range of sports photography topics. As the questions come in and the answers flow, Dave shares his well earned insights into a range of topics, such as choosing the right gear for the sport you are covering, how to work with a wire service, how to get credentials, what makes a photo publishable, who owns the copyright of your photos, how to get started in the commercial side of sports photography, and more. All along the way Dave shares fascinating stories from his decades of experience covering a wide range of sports.

Join Dave Black as he draws on his 38 years of experience photographing sports action all over the world to teach you about the specific gear you’ll want to use for each sport. From the big games like football and soccer to the individual sports like golf and gymnastics, Dave has covered it all. With each sport, Dave not only explains the gear he uses, but shares his advice on how to best use that equipment. Dave starts out the class with a look at the settings he uses to optimize capturing sports and action, and then takes you through each sport one-by-one.

Sports Photography: The Tools and Techniques to Get the Shot close

November 2017

Join Dave Black as he draws on his 38 years of experience photographing sports action all over the world to teach you about the specific gear you’ll want to use for each sport. From the big games like football and soccer to the individual sports like golf and gymnastics, Dave has covered it all. With each sport, Dave not only explains the gear he uses, but shares his advice on how to best use that equipment. Dave starts out the class with a look at the settings he uses to optimize capturing sports and action, and then takes you through each sport one-by-one.

Photograph 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.

Sports Photography: Make Your Pee Wees Look Like Pros close

June 2017

Photograph 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.

Join Glyn Dewis on location in a boxing gym as he teaches you a variety of ways to photograph muscular physiques that make them look fantastic! Glyn walks you through his gear, five different lighting setups, and all the while sharing his tips and tricks about how to find the best angles in tight spaces and keep your footprint small so as not to interfere with other people training. Whether you are looking for a new personal project to build your portfolio or new ways to expand your commercial photographic offerings, the lessons learned apply equally, and Glyn's focus on building trust with the athletes and facilities will help you get the shots you want and get invited back to do more. Be sure to check out the second part of this class where Glyn demonstrates the post processing required to complete each of the shots.

Shooting Sports Physiques on Location close

July 2015

Join Glyn Dewis on location in a boxing gym as he teaches you a variety of ways to photograph muscular physiques that make them look fantastic! Glyn walks you through his gear, five different lighting setups, and all the while sharing his tips and tricks about how to find the best angles in tight spaces and keep your footprint small so as not to interfere with other people training. Whether you are looking for a new personal project to build your portfolio or new ways to expand your commercial photographic offerings, the lessons learned apply equally, and Glyn's focus on building trust with the athletes and facilities will help you get the shots you want and get invited back to do more. Be sure to check out the second part of this class where Glyn demonstrates the post processing required to complete each of the shots.

Attention sports photographers! Whether you are shooting professional sports, college games, or just your kids on the weekends, we've got a class for you. Join Scott Kelby as he takes you through the workflow he's developed from years of shooting for a wire service. From importing the photos from a memory card, through making selects, processing the keepers, and outputting the final images, Scott shares his tips and techniques for speeding up your workflow and getting the job done. There's even a bonus chapter at the end on a second software tool sports photographers can't live without.

Lightroom Classic Sports Photography Workflow close

January 2015

Attention sports photographers! Whether you are shooting professional sports, college games, or just your kids on the weekends, we've got a class for you. Join Scott Kelby as he takes you through the workflow he's developed from years of shooting for a wire service. From importing the photos from a memory card, through making selects, processing the keepers, and outputting the final images, Scott shares his tips and techniques for speeding up your workflow and getting the job done. There's even a bonus chapter at the end on a second software tool sports photographers can't live without.

Join Mia McCormick for an inspirational conversation with Dave Black, a world renowned sports photographer with over 30 years of experience. Over the course of an hour Dave and Mia discuss topics that range from getting started in photography to overcoming challenges, from the importance of thinking differently to how to develop your own unique style, and so much more!

The Art of Digital Photography: The Inspirational Series with Dave Black close

August 2013

Join Mia McCormick for an inspirational conversation with Dave Black, a world renowned sports photographer with over 30 years of experience. Over the course of an hour Dave and Mia discuss topics that range from getting started in photography to overcoming challenges, from the importance of thinking differently to how to develop your own unique style, and so much more!

What Makes a Great Sports Photo

with Peter Read Miller

Shooting sports is messy. We all struggle with the same issues and ask the same questions. Where are the best shooting positions? What lens should I be using? How do I know which photos are any good? Join legendary sports photographer Peter Read Miller and Scott Kelby to find the answers to all these questions and more! Peter and Scott go through the particulars of shooting many different types of sports, ranging from football to basketball and swimming to volleyball, as they discuss and dissect what makes a great sports photo in each specific environment. You'll learn the key elements that separate the winners from the losers based on Peter Read Miller's 30 years of experience covering sports all over the world.

What Makes a Great Sports Photo close

July 2013

Shooting sports is messy. We all struggle with the same issues and ask the same questions. Where are the best shooting positions? What lens should I be using? How do I know which photos are any good? Join legendary sports photographer Peter Read Miller and Scott Kelby to find the answers to all these questions and more! Peter and Scott go through the particulars of shooting many different types of sports, ranging from football to basketball and swimming to volleyball, as they discuss and dissect what makes a great sports photo in each specific environment. You'll learn the key elements that separate the winners from the losers based on Peter Read Miller's 30 years of experience covering sports all over the world.

If you're interested in learning how to shoot sports like a pro then this is the class for you! The same basic principles apply whether you are shooting your kids on the weekends or covering a professional sporting event. You'll learn about the gear you need to bring the viewer into the heart of the action, the camera settings that allow you to stop motion and achieve tack sharp focus, compositional techniques you can use to tell the story of what is happening in the game, how to get started on the road to gaining greater access to shooting professional level events, and so much more!

Beginner Sports Photography close

June 2013

If you're interested in learning how to shoot sports like a pro then this is the class for you! The same basic principles apply whether you are shooting your kids on the weekends or covering a professional sporting event. You'll learn about the gear you need to bring the viewer into the heart of the action, the camera settings that allow you to stop motion and achieve tack sharp focus, compositional techniques you can use to tell the story of what is happening in the game, how to get started on the road to gaining greater access to shooting professional level events, and so much more!

Scott Kelby and Dave Black, commercial sports photographer, tag team photographing a high school football game. They cover everything from choosing ISO, white balance, shutter speed, and the right gear for the job. They’ll be right in the action following players down the field while they discuss different styles of shooting depending on your client (a school’s sports information department, magazine, wire service). You’ll learn the tips and techniques on how to capture the jaw-dropping action shots for the job. <br> <br> This class is perfect for a beginner or intermediate photographer looking to get into sports photography.

High School Football Photography close

July 2012

Scott Kelby and Dave Black, commercial sports photographer, tag team photographing a high school football game. They cover everything from choosing ISO, white balance, shutter speed, and the right gear for the job. They’ll be right in the action following players down the field while they discuss different styles of shooting depending on your client (a school’s sports information department, magazine, wire service). You’ll learn the tips and techniques on how to capture the jaw-dropping action shots for the job. <br> <br> This class is perfect for a beginner or intermediate photographer looking to get into sports photography.

Matt Klowskowski goes behind the scenes with commercial advertising photographer Joel Grimes as he walks through every aspect of creating stunning sports composite portraits. This class is perfect for an intermediate or advanced photographer interested in sports portraits and composite photography.

Creative Compositing: Professional Techniques for Composite Photography close

January 2012

Matt Klowskowski goes behind the scenes with commercial advertising photographer Joel Grimes as he walks through every aspect of creating stunning sports composite portraits. This class is perfect for an intermediate or advanced photographer interested in sports portraits and composite photography.