Motorsports Photography Tips List
The Motorsports Photography Tips page here at PHOTO.GP brings together all of our past articles on how to improve your motorsports photography. Most recent articles are at the top so you can see what you’ve missed since your previous visit.
Dust spot removal in Lightroom and Photoshop, Part 1
Photo Reconstruction: Pedrosa Saturated
Crop to tell your story
Links to the first two Photo Reconstruction videos.
The good and the bad about using gaffer tape to protect your photo gear.
Discussion of how cropping a photo can change the story you’re telling with a given image, including examples.
Internet advice on why you should be wary of Internet advice.
What is that lens hood for and why should you bother with it? Find out here.
Some details about slow shutter motion blur shots.
Examples of how to use the histogram to adjust the brightness of your images before they are displayed on the Internet.
Answers to a reader’s questions about shutter speeds for panning, Vibration Reduction, tripods vs monopods, and teleconverters.
Getting to the first race of the season with everything that’s supposed to be in the bag requires some extra attention to the packing checklist.
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