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Creative Showcase: The Best of Sports Photography

Photographing athletes is a dream for many professionals, but it isn’t an easy thing to do. Sports Photography comes in many different shapes and sizes. There are actions shots and promos, gritty pictures and elegant close-ups. The world of sports photography is as diverse as sports themselves.

Sports photography is often a lightning fast process and knowledge of the game can go a long way to getting that perfect shot. Being able to predict where an athlete is going to be or what he or she is going to do before they do it ensures you don’t miss out on what’s coming next. You need impeccable timing, great equipment and a quick trigger finger to be a sports photographer and luckily we know more than a few people who check all those boxes.

Below are just a few of the best sports photographers we know. You can see all the sports photographers AtEdge has on its roster on our Specialties page.

Gary Land

Philip Haynes

Tom Hussey

Paul Aresu

Paola Marchesi

Kevin Arnold

Finn O’Hara

You can see more incredible Sports Photography here.

 

 

 

John Huet Photographs P.K. Subban for Sports Illustratred

Inspired by the human form and the intensity of athletic performance, John Huet began photographing competitive athletes 25 years ago. Intent on conveying the passion, pride and commitment inherent in all athletes, John has devoted his career to photographing individuals who compete at all levels of sport.

Recently, John Huet shot in Montreal with P.K. Subban, defenseman and alternate captain for the Montreal Canadiens.

Here are a few of the photos:

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You can see more of John Huet’s commercial work on his AtEdge Portfolio and Website.

He is represented by Marilyn Cadenbach.