When working around subjects that are moving a lot or are totally in action, you need to focus on capturing the moments by keeping your trigger down. These kinds of moments can not be recreated and there are no do-overs. Keep your eye on the areas at all times and keep shooting.
Most people purchase digital cameras never use them to their full advantage because of the number of features, and what they all do, can be absolutely overwhelming. To make the most of your digital camera, no matter if it is a basic model or bordering on the professional, check out a local community college for a digital photography class. These classes are usually very inexpensive, offered for just a few nights, but can put you in touch with an instructor who can give you some great advice and instruction.
Make sure the background you choose complements the subject of the photo. If you take a photo of a model against a busy background, the viewer's attention is going to be drawn to the background rather than the clothes. As a general rule, simple backgrounds with colors that contrast with those of the subject are ideal.
http://adorama.com In this episode of Out of the Darkroom, Ruth interviews Gerry Andrews, a prolific photographer whose body of work features images …