Sports photography ace Hamish Blair gets hands-on with the Canon EOS R3

Ash Barty taking a shot at the Australian Open
(Image credit: AP Photo / Hamish Blair)

Over the last few decades, Hamish Blair has travelled the world in pursuit of the biggest stories in live sport. Whether shooting the Olympic Games, Ashes cricket, Champions League soccer or the Commonwealth Games, he’s earned a stellar reputation for capturing the most high-pressure moments in sporting history.

Hamish’s career began at Sporting Pix, the Melbourne sports photography agency. 

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