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Tales from the Sidelines: Top Sports Photographers Share Pro Tips

The Camera Bits Sports Panel Discussion, Tales from the Sidelines: Top Sports Photographers Share Pro Tips, is tomorrow May 15th!



Want to learn how the best sports photographers shoot those iconic images? Join us for a free webinar, panel discussion, and Q&A with Sports Photographers Hannah Foslien, Keith Cephus, and Stephanie Lovell!
Join the Discussion here, or watch below!


The 45-minute agenda includes:
  • Overview and Introductions
  • Advice on Getting Started
  • Best Practices, Tools, Tips, and tricks, pre, during and post event
  • Workflow/Efficiency Techniques Before, During, and After an Event
  • Viewfinder Blackout, how it matters in sports photograph
  • Tales from the Sidelines/Memorable Moment
  • General Advice, how to work as fast as a sports photographer

Meet the Panel Guests

Hannah Foslien

Hannah grew up loving sports, but when she was 16 years old she realized her passion for photography at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Through her imagery, she converts the beauty, wonder, and emotion that she sees every day in sports. Her clients include Getty Images and the Associated Press. Her work has appeared in publications all around the world. She is based in Minneapolis, though she is available for commercial and editorial work anywhere in the world.


Keith Cephus

Keith is based in Virginia Beach, VA, and specializes in sports photography, documentary, photography, portraiture, weddings, and editorial assignments. He has been in the photography industry for 20 years, and photographs all types of sports for the NFL, NBA, MLB and more. Not only a stellar sports photographer, Keith has also been recognized as one of the most sought-after wedding photographers on the east coast.


Stephanie Lovell

Stephanie creates work that depicts the beauty, strength, and emotions of sports to make her audience experience the artistry and feel the passion of the game. She has a love for storytelling and the use of social media to enhance audience engagement. She is a graduate of the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism & Communication, and in the past has worked for Fox Sports and LetsGoWarriors. Most recently, she has worked in the digital departments for the Los Angeles Sparks, Sacramento Kings, and Golden 1 Center.
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