This guide is about how to take your moments & # 39; the match & # 39; and tips on what to do and don & # 39; tsről. Strive to understand the possibilities of your own camera – "Happy Scolding" can make great football photos, as modern digital cameras are all very good. One important thing is to recognize that photography can take place in a sporty arena by permission from media and media organizations. However, with regard to the proliferation and quality of mobile phone cameras and compact digital cameras, all stadiums and clubs will definitely be attracted to the public. Remember, this is important, a privilege is not a law and can thus avoid difficult situations.
Devices: Read the instruction manual of the camera and understand what you can and what you can do with your point and shoot. Extra battery power is essential, small and light, keep it warm in your pocket – longer life. An extra memory card is always a good idea. A SLR may be too large to gain security and may look like a & # 39; pro & # 39; so they attract the bad attention. In the same sense, scaffolds and telephoto lenses may prove problematic.
Location: Most premier league stadiums have modern and unrestricted views. However, the older character of the arena, Goodison Park and Craven Cottage have pillows and scaffolds that hinder viewers. Also, sunlight can cause damage to good shooting or reflective light or cast shadows, ready to manually adjust the camera settings. Or check in which direction the stand is in which you choose the place; Remember that the sun rises eastward and lies in the west.
Design: If you know where you are going to be, you can plan how best to shoot at your station. Information about such positions can be collected from the club or the Internet. If you can choose your seat, do not go behind the target – too excited to jump up and down. Or too high, as the angle seems odd and digital zoom is not enough.
Shots: If there is an obstacle or wall that can be used to stabilize the camera, you will be more likely to avoid shaking. Football players can use free kicks or corners at any time, such as ball shooting, as there are instant silent states that help calibrate and manually adjust the camera setting. Would you like football players photos close up? Then try to find a place for the corner zone or the first row along the line.
Continuous mode: Camera must provide this option. If melee or good action is in the box, the continuous mode gives you the best chance of getting the action. Usually, the built-in flash will turn off & # 39; in continuous mode & # 39; if not, make sure you do it manually.
Pleased for happiness and getting the shots you want, in the hope that a simple guide will help you make your favorite football player's photos.
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