Hard work pays off!

Congratulations to DC Sports Photography Academy student Art Pittman for signing a contract with USA Today Sports Images! All his hard work paid off in just a few short months.
If you’d like to learn how to shoot sports like a pro and get a professional sports photography contract like Art, contact us now.

Gift certificates are now available!

If you have a budding photographer in your life, get them a gift they will absolutely love. Purchase a gift certificate for any package DC Sports Photography Academy offers and let them learn how to photograph sports right on the sidelines.

Contact DC Sports Photography Academy right now to purchase your gift certificate now!

We received an award!

DC Sports Photography Academy was just named one of the top 50 sports photography blogs for sports photographers on the internet!

We’ve been working really hard to try give our readers as much information as possible so they can improve their photography and it’s paying off.

The fall seaon has just started and there are a lot of games to choose from to come out and work on your skills. Contact us to start learning on the sidelines immediately.


George Mason vs George Washington Women’s Basketball

Jenni recently graduated from high school and is looking to improve on the sports photography skills she learned while in school. She wanted to play with alternative angles, so she grabbed a 300mm lens and headed up the the concourse level to shoot. It’s a great vantage point for basketball and she made the most of her opportunity.

She had a blast shooting the game and is interested in covering more games with DC Sports Photography Academy.

George Mason vs George Washington Women’s Basketball

Bill decided to take a long break between games but his photos show that he didn’t miss a beat. It’s a great mixture of loose and tight shots for both teams.

I hope had a great time with DC Sports Photography Academy and I’d love to see him out on the sidelines again sometime soon.

George Mason vs VCU Men’s Basketball

For his final game, Charles took on the virtual role of VCU’s team photographer assigned to cover just the team. With having to concentrate on just half of the players on the court he was able to get a few more details that would have otherwise escaped him.

He seems to have grasped to concept of shooting sports fairly well in a short while. Only time will tell if he decides to continue with sports or will stick to what he knows best.