In Media, Videos

March 01, 2008

Video Article

In the first of a series of practical instructional video articles on the difficult practice of taking good, clear action photos and video in workout contexts, CrossFit Media Director Tony Budding explains some basics of the art of capturing light on "film" (or, rather, the digital equivalent).

Affiliates'--and other CrossFitters'--photography scenarios and requirements are varied and often challenging (ranging, for example, from fast action in an indoor gym with little natural light to outdoor situations featuring glaring light and dramatic shadows). With lots of variables to account for, it can get complicated, but there are a few basic facts and tips that can make a big difference in the quality of your media. He starts us out this month with some on lighting, positioning, and exposure, giving live examples of the results as he explains them.



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