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Beginner Sports Photography Camera Settings Tips | How I Shoot Sports Photography

Beginner Sports Photography Camera Settings Tips | How I Shoot Sports Photography. Traveled to Arizona for the Week 4 game between the Cards and Hawks. Wanted to talk about the camera settings I use for Sports Photography on the way. If you have any questions on your settings comment below!


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Canon EOS M6 Mark ii (Vlogging) –
Black Magic Pocket 6K Pro (Production) –
Black Magic Pocket 4K (Production) –
Rode Wireless Go II –
Rode Smart Lav Mic-
Smart Lav Adapter (To plug into camera) –
Elgato Key Light –
Elgato Key Light Air –
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  1. I totally appreciated this. I’m beyond an amateur, I spend a lot of time shooting events like softball. Adjusting the Fstop for the specific lens is always my largest challenge. It’s vastly different being along the 3rd base line and using a 300 and then moving to the OF and have a 150-600. Tips like this are always great, thanks!

  2. I have a pretty beginner camera and I'm totally aware of all the setting but I'm afraid that the auto focus won't be fast enough. What do I do? Should I still be at auto focus and hope it works or go to manual focus and do it with my abilities (which as an amateur aren't very good).(the alternative you gave in the end doesn't work in all the cameras so that's why I'm asking)

  3. I"m on a Sony A7RIII and my base settings are just like yours depending where I'm at indoor or outdoor ect… My question is how did you get to where you are today shooting major games? I've just done local football,softball tournaments

  4. Canon 1dx Mkii , and or my Sony A7r3, settings for inside basketball games at like a Fitness center or a high school gymnasium

    I took som epics and they were blurry probably didn’t have my shutter up high enough

  5. Thank you for the videos & tips.. Also I am a big time Seahawks fan!! Do alot of wildlife & landscape, but getting into more action stuff, sports, airshows… Nikon D500 w/ Tamron 150-600G2 or Tamrom 16-300..

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