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Jared Polin's Tips for Photographing Basketball

Jared Polin shares his tips on selecting a lens and photographing the action on a basketball court. http://cr8.lv/jpllpyt

In this clip from FroKnowsPhoto’s low-light photography course on CreativeLive, Jared shows you when he prefers to shoot with a 24-70mm lens and where to position yourself to get the best shot.

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  1. I don't know the specific settings he is using but a really general idea would be: shutter speed of 1/500-1/1000s, f/2.8 (or lower number – meaning high aperture) and ISO as high as it can go without having too much noise/grain (depending on camera I'd say in the 1600, 3200 or 6400). If you are having noise issues you can even go a step down with ISO and increase exposure in postproduction. By the way if you are shooting from the sides and the players aren't moving toward you, you can get away with slower shutter speeds (so you can lower the ISO) while still having a good depth of field and your target won't be out of focus, however you might get motion blur this way. Hope this helps.

  2. Settings please

  3. settings please

  4. Hi Jared, What were your camera setting? Was that shot in manual?

  5. I seriously don't understand all the thumbs down on these particular videos, let's see your portfolios, hotshots.

  6. basketball ok

  7. noth the best photographer but is a good teacher

  8. Creative Live had finally made it! They got Jared Polin.

  9. Good stuff, Jared.

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