Summer always seems the ideal time to start getting involved in sport. The combination of warm dry weather and long light evenings remove many of the barriers to getting out and getting fit. Add into the mix the host of sporting events this summer - from the World Cup to Wimbledon to the Tour de France …. and you have every incentive to get involved in sport this summer!
Even if you are not particularly sporty yourself, you may find that other family members are keen to get involved. Many local parks and recreation centres will have opportunities either to join in organised sport or to create your own. You may well end up going along to watch and socialise even if you are not playing yourself.
But what do you do if you do go along to watch some sport and your nearest and dearest ask you to do a bit of photography of the event? You may not feel up to the job but if you follow our Six Simple Steps you won’t go far wrong:
Last but by no means least, if it is any kind of organised event then do check with the organisers in advance about what photography is permitted, so that you know what you can and can’t do.
Then above all make sure that you thoroughly enjoy your summer of sport! We hope that our tips help you to capture some wonderful photographs that you will be proud of for years to come.
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