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Paul Gro­gan

■ As a keen cy­clist I ap­pre­ci­ate how im­por­tant it is to cap­ture that feel­ing of speed in im­ages of the sport. It’s of­ten worth try­ing lower shut­ter speeds than your in­stincts sug­gest to cap­ture dra­matic mo­tion blur.

Matt Tuf­fin

■ Mark Pain’s im­ages from the Velo­drome at the 2012 Olympics are a great ex­am­ple of how to do cy­cling shots right. Mark cov­ered the event from a re­portage per­spec­tive, but got some fan­tas­tic cre­ative shots too.

Chris ge­orge

■ I’ve started us­ing flash far more than I used to at sport­ing events – I end up be­ing closer to the ac­tion, us­ing a wider lens. Make sure you take a re­li­able set of bat­ter­ies and a dif­fuser, and be aware of your fel­low spec­ta­tors.

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