Sports Photography 101:
The complete bootcamp
Learn sports photography from Jeff Lewis head photographer to the LA Rams, past photographer for Sports Illustrated and portrait photographer to the stars
About The Bootcamp
When: June 9th, and June 10th
Where: Sports Academy | 1011 Rancho Conejo Blvd, Thousand Oaks, Ca 91320
Cost: $165 per class
For questions, please email Nicole at email@example.com
Class 3 – Taking It to the Next Level! Pulling It Together! - June 9th
- Take your camera off the “green button” (automatic) and adjust the settings to get the right shot in focus
- Know how to create the composition
- Know how to assess your subject matter to get the right settings
How do you adjust your settings to shoot the perfect photograph? How do you know when to take the shot and what story to tell?
Class 4 – The Final Touch-Up – Utilizing Photoshop! - June 10th
- Understand the value of shooting raw – producing your digital negatives
- Learn tricks of sports photography
- Applying settings to your vision
- Getting your story in focus
What do you know about photoshop? Adobe Photoshop refers to an edited image or an image that has been digitally edited.
About Jeff Lewis
Based in Southern California, and as a member of SanDisk's Extreme Team, Jeff Lewis' passion for sports has taken him all around the world for sports action and portrait assignments for magazines, newspapers, corporate, and commercial clients.
Jeff has photographed many high profile events including the Superbowl and the NBA Finals for clients such as the Associated Press, the NFL Network, the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper, and US Presswire.
His work has been featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, GQ, Maxim, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times to name a few. Other clients have included Samsung, Verizon, Arclight Cinemas, SanDisk, Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc., and countless athletes all around the world.