Shooting golf is a very specialised area of sports photography. Ideally you need to be a keen golfer with a good knowledge of the sport and its rules – it’s important to understand the etiquette needed to navigate your way around the course. Follow our top tips below to improve your golf photography.
Follow our action car photography guide and produce sharper results when shooting cars zooming into action!
As the snow hits the UK, the PhotoPlus team are eager to hit the slopes in Bath to go sledging. With Technique Editor Claire Gillo armed with her Canon EOS 7D and Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM she was ready to capture some action packed snowy shots.
Photographing in snowy conditions and mastering the art of freezing action can prove tricky so follow our top ten tips on how to capture speedy sledging shots.
Make the most of the long dark nights and get creative results by following our light painting photography tutorial
Drew Gibson, 28, is a professional Canon motorsports photographer based in London who has travelled the world to cover everything from rallying to Formula 1. Drew recently took part in our motorsports Apprentice feature to help one lucky reader capture some winning shots with her Canon 7D.
Chief Times sports photographer and award-winning professional Canon photographer Marc Aspland shares his secrets on soccer photography…
Improve your motor sport photography today with our top ten tips
Top Canon pro photographer Drew Gibson was there when Bradley Wiggins won Gold in the London 2012 Olympic time trail event, he shares his great photos and 5 top tips for shooting road cycle time trail races…
Panning is a great way to capture a sense of movement in your action photography, by blurring the background, but keeping the subject sharp. Panning is often thought to be quite difficult, but in reality, with sound technique and some practice you can capture motion blur quite easily. Below we’ll show you how it is done and reveal the best shutter speeds to use for different common subjects.
Take to the waves this summer and follow our top 5 surf photography tips to capture excellent results!