Skate photography: The 3 things I worry about the most
This is Part 1 of a series of video lessons on taking better skateboarding photos.
In this vlog I teach you the three things I worry about the most when shooting skateboarding photos.
Shutter speed basics
The decisive moment
I have tons more tips on composition, so check out this blog post too.
For best results, work one-on-one with a skater friend so you can get lots of practice.
After a few practice sessions, you’ll develop a comfort level shooting skateboarding. You’ll get to know your camera better, and the best settings to use for your style of shooting. You’ll develop muscle memory. Things will become automatic in the future.
Of course there are a few more things to consider, but those are my top three.
Want more? Here’s my previous post on skate photography with tons of examples.
These tips and techniques also work for bikes, roller skates and scooters.