Overcome the Lighting Gotchas for Spectacular Indoor Sports Photography
Join Gavin Hoey as he shoots an indoor sporting event, in this case it's an ice hockey match, then fine-tunes his results in post-processing.
In this episode of Take & Make Great Photography created exclusively for AdoramaTV, Gavin Hoey shoots an indoor sporting events, in this case an Ice Hockey match. He discusses lens and camera choice, exposure, and shooting positions at the event. After taking the photos follow Gavin in to Photoshop CS6, where he chooses his favourite photo from the game and runs through some great tips to get maximum quality from images shot at high ISO.
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Here's the gear Gavin used to catch and perfect the action in this video
- Adobe Photoshop CS6
- Canon 5D Mark II
- Canon 70-200mm L f/2.8 IS II
- Giottos MML3270B Monopod
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