Watch as we go behind the scenes with Adam Pretty, one of our most celebrated Aussie photographers.  Australia's Network 10, spends some one-on-one time with this talented 'tog, as he divulges the secrets behind capturing the best sports shots.  For lightening-bolt-speed sports like luge, the secret lies in something other than sight.  Take a look and enjoy!  

How do you capture sports on camera? We teach you how through our Master Class post, including a fun contest you can take part in to win $500 towards the photography equipment of your dreams.  Enter our Shooting Winter Sports competition.

Want a chance to apply and showcase your creativity, passion and skill at shooting winter sports? 

Now the challenge is yours. We want to see your creativity, passion and skill to capture the essence, atmosphere and action – whether it's ice skating, skiing, curling or sledding -  anything that's a winter sport.

As the Sochi Winter Olympic Games commence, we want you to get out and shoot the winter sports taking place around you - Richard Heathcote and Clive Rose (Getty Images Sports Photographers both in Sochi covering the Winter Olympic Games) will review and select their top 5 favourites, and those photographers will receive an Amazon Gift Card to the value of US$500 each.

The competition run from 7 February 2014 to 7 March 2014 (till midnight GMT). For more details, to enter and to see all entries, visit the competition page. And don't forget to share using #gettymasterclass!

 

The 2014 Winter Olympics, will take place from 6 to 23 February 2014 in Sochi, Russia. Since 1988, Getty Images has been the Authorised Photo Agency for the IOC. Our coverage began with the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, while our archival Olympic imagery goes back over one hundred years.

Prepare for Sochi Winter Olympic Games with our coverage from all the venues, of all the athletes and from around Sochi & Russia via our Sochi Winter Olympic Games landing page.

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