Olympic Photography: the rules, and how to beat them

Olympic Photography: the rules and how to beat them

When Seb Coe & Co secured the Olympic Games for London in 2012, it wasn’t just a crowning achievement for British sport, but a golden opportunity for photographers too. However, unsurprisingly with an event of this size and scale, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) wants to put firm rules on Olympic photography.

The rules aren’t numerous, but they are quite specific. In this post we’ll tell you what the rules are… and how to work around them.

10 tips for taking striking soccer pictures

Photography tips: how to take amazing soccer pictures - unusual perspective

Are you a dedicated soccer fan and want to translate your enthusiasm into more dynamic soccer pictures? Whether you’re shooting your local team or your child’s after-school squad, we spoke to award-winning Times sports photographer Marc Aspland to find out his secrets for getting top-notch soccer pictures.

From the Estadio Bernabéu in Madrid, photographing Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona in the semi-final of the Champions League, to photographing his own soccer star playing for Wheathampsted Wanderers FC Under 13s, great soccer pictures are just a click away, Marc says. Here are his ten top photography tips…