Behind the Winter Olympics: One day with sport photographers in Sochi

2/13/2014 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments


Everybody is talking about the problems in the Sochi Winter Olympics ( an example here ), but the technology behind the event to cover the Olympics Games is amazing.

Manfrotto shared in this video how is a day of a sport photographer in the Winter Olympics Games, but if you want to know more about this, read this article "Photographing the Sochi Winter Olympics with Getty" on cnet.com.au

Would you like to know the camera settings  behind these images? Vanda Biffani (website), the sport photographer that  took the most published photo during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, shared this image on manfrottoschoolofxcellence.com with all you want to know.

D4 | 200-400mm | ISO1600 |  F4 | 1/1250sec

If like to shoot like Vanda Biffani, she will have a webminar next February 18th , more information HERE





1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe some color correction would be in place…green ice, Italian tri-colore should be green-white-red…not green-blue-red.