ACTION PHOTOGRAPHY UNPACKED
Sports photography generally makes for two kinds of finished result: deeply impressive, striking images that celebrate the peak of human technical and physical achievement, and technicolour, blurry disasters that record nothing.
If you’ve been to a sporting event recently and turned out more of the latter than the former, we’re here to help. A basic understanding of how your camera works, in terms of exposure, autofocus and a bit of photographic technique, will make a huge difference to the quality of your output. We’ll focus on motorsport here – check out the latest copy of Olympus Magazine and its interview with motorsport maestro Mike Inkley to find out why.
Use your crystal ball
Margin for error
Panning for gold
Shooting motorsport with OLYMPUS isn’t just a hobby – for professional photographer Mike Inkley, it’s his job. Read about the kit he uses and his journey to the top of his game in this month’s OLYMPUS Magazine. Don’t forget to turn the page for more top tips!