Our freelance photographers routinely cover football, golf, baseball, basketball, tennis, hockey, soccer, motor sports, wrestling, softball, track and field, marathons, bowling, cars, sailing, fishing, equestrian, cheerleading, boxing, surfing, horse racing, volleyball, waterskiing, snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding, shooting, rugby, fitness, rodeo, gymnastics, lacrosse, air shows, dance, aviation, rafting, downhill skiing, paintball, wakeboarding and extreme games.
You’ll find us in dugouts, boats, planes, gyms and tracks. We work on mountains, courts, beaches, lakes, sidelines and in photo studios.
Our sports photographers have worked with the biggest sports stars in the NFL, MLB, PGA, NBA, NASCAR, NHL, WNBA, LPGA, Champions Tour, Nationwide Tour, MLS, Olympics, World Cup, European Tour, World Poker Tour, MLL, MMA and the NCAA. They’re members of professional organizations such as ASMP, NPPA, APA, Editorial Photographer, PPA, SEP and APA.
In addition to working with athletes, we often photograph sports celebrities, fans, announcers, sports agents, sports executives, sports company C.E.O.’s, commissioners, columnists, radio hosts, recruiters, scouts, broadcasters, instructors, manufacturers, charities, anchors, reporters, team owners, sports coaches, doctors, trainers, sports writers, hall of famers and sports media.
Our sports photos have been used by advertising agencies, sports agents, event coordinators, public relation firms, TV production companies, marketing firms, promotions, newspapers, magazines, retail packaging, charities, websites, apps, modeling agencies, card companies, annual reports, billboards, banner ads, brochures, catalogs, trade show, sports celebrities, sports people, sports corporations and for all in the sports industry.
Our photographers have worked with the biggest budgets and corporations in sports, including ESPN, EA Sports, Nike, Reebok, Under Armour, Adidas, Titleist, FootJoy, Louisville Slugger, Callaway, Ping, IMG, FILA, Head, K Swiss, AHead, Penn, Puma and Wilson. They’ve also worked with publications such as Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, Golf Digest, Shape, Sporting News, Outside, USA Today, Dime, Slam, Golf Magazine, GolfWeek, Golf Travel + Leisure, Snowboarder, Boating, Waterski, Maxim and many more.
We supply sports portrait, action, head shot, lifestyle, journalistic, product, event and award photography. We also provide golf course photography and sports facilities photography.
FTP and Email make it easy to supply images to clients in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and South America.
Our professional photographers use the latest digital cameras, computers and lighting gear.
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If you’re a freelance photographer here to learn how to photograph sports, keep reading. Despite how many different sports there are, we found common advice for most sports and activities. We advise using wide, normal and telephoto lenses from low and high camera angles. We look for wide scene setters to tight action photos. We shoot with the sun behind us, in front of us and on our side. Photograph game action and reaction from players and coaches. Photograph the crowd, cheerleaders, halftime performances and mascots too. Weather conditions and other factors can help tell the story of a game.
Indoor sports facilities such as basketball, volleyball, swimming, hockey, boxing and others allow you to experiment with lighting. Secure strobe equipment in the bleachers or rafters and trigger the strobes with a radio device such as a pocket wizard.
Pocket wizards also allow you to mount a camera to goal posts, bikes, kayaks, boats, ramps and other sports equipment. Underwater cameras and housings allow you a fish eye view of swimmers, waterskiing, wakeboarding, fishing, synchronized swimming, diving and water polo.