Two things are needed to be a good sports action photography: some basic shooting skills and some knowledge of the activity that you photographed. The skills include panorama, peak action, focusing on developing prefocusing, and track a sense of timing.
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The timing is a key element in amazing sports action photography. If you shoot at the right time, you’ll get a better shot if you miss the moment you will not be able to capture any fantastic and amazing shot. The secrets to a good timing of action photography are familiar with this sport you’re photographing, practice, and especially good luck.
Manning said that using a faster shutter speed is key to many great sports action shots. “If you want to freeze the action, use your camera’s Sports Mode for an automatic fast shutter speed, or set the exposure to TV [or S] for Shutter Priority and manually dial the shutter speed to 1/250th of a second. If your images still look blurry, keep raising your shutter speed.”