From the Back Cover
For photographers who want to shoot tennis... For parents who love to take photos of their kids on court... For coaches who want to better document their players' technique... For fans who like to take photos at tournaments... You're about to take your best tennis photos ever.
The pages of Photographing Tennis: A Guide for Photographers, Parents, Coaches & Fans
offer a breakdown of everything the photographer needs to know before heading to court: how to choose the right gear, how to choose positions to shoot from, strategies for composing photos, techniques for timing, how to capture the ball and freeze motion, and more.
Complete with 120 photos and 15 illustrations, Photographing Tennis
will quickly have you creating winning shots on court.
About the Author
Chris Nicholson is a photographer, writer and former editor for Tennis magazine. A tennis photographer since 1995, he has covered the US Open, Australian Open, Davis Cup, Fed Cup, International Tennis Hall of Fame and other events on and off the pro tours. His tennis photography and writing have appeared in Tennis magazine, USTA Magazine, Tennis Life, Tennis Buyers Guide, Tennis Industry, Racquet Sports Industry, Wired, the New York Times, the US Open program, and other tennis and sports publications throughout Europe, Asia and South America.