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Let us provide a free estimate for your next basketball photography project today! is in all 50 states and all major cities.  We have basketball photographers available for all levels.  Our photographers work with kids, high schools, colleges and pros.  We’ve available for basketball action, portraits, tournaments, events, awards and basketball product photography.  We’re members of professional organizations such as ASMP, NPPA, APA, Editorial Photographer, PPA, SEP and APA.

Our basketball photographers regularly supply sports photos for advertising agencies, sports agents, event coordinators, public relation firms, TV production companies, marketing firms, promotions, newspapers, magazines, retail packaging, charities, modeling agencies, card companies, trade show, sports celebrities, sports people, sports corporations and for all in the sports industry.

Basketball pictures can be used for promotions, retail packaging, websites, apps, annual reports, banner ads, billboards, brochures and catalogs.

In addition to working with recreational to NBA players, we often photograph basketball celebrities, announcers, agents, executives, company C.E.O.’s, commissioners, columnists, radio hosts, recruiters, scouts, broadcasters, instructors, manufacturers, charities, anchors, reporters, team owners, coaches, doctors, trainers, writers, hall of famers and media.

Our top basketball photographers frequently work for national sports companies and publications.  They’re available for travel, and regularly work as NBA photographers.

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Some magazine we can make pictures for include SLAM, Sports Illustrated, Women’s Basketball Magazine, Inside Hoops, Dime and Beckett.

Like most sports photography, some basketball tips are to make photos with a telephoto 300mm+ lens, normal 50mm lens and wide lens and to photograph from low and high angles.  Lay on your stomach for a dramatic low angle.  Make photos of peak action and reaction.  Climb the bleachers for a higher vantage point. Consider backgrounds, foregrounds, exposure, lighting, venue and crowd.  When you’re ready, experiment with strobes in the rafters.

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Joel Hawksley        Carbondale