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A lot of preparation and a little bit of luck went into this shot

Just as you need to have the right equipment (and knowledge to use it) to be a good sports photographer, you also need to know the sport you’re shooting: Know the rules, the players, and the boundaries with which the athletes compete in. Knowing these things will help you be much more prepared and can help you set up for the shot you really want.

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