Whether you already have a sports photography website or are building one from scratch, it’s always a good idea to look at other inspiring portfolios to get ideas for your own. At least once each year, we recommend reviewing your site to add recent work and see if any of the content or design needs to be refreshed. We’ve done the hard part for you by collecting fantastic sports photography portfolio examples that you can click through for inspiration; you’re sure to find some fresh ideas for how you can design your own.
Paul Mitchell is a photographer and rally enthusiast who has been taking pictures of motorsport rallies for over ten years. His passion for photography and motorsport drives him to capture the most beautiful and exciting moments from each rally using different techniques. His aim is to create stunning, long-lasting images that people will cherish for years to come.
Brent Crouch and the team at Agility Photography UK love their canine friends and capturing those moments that can pass too quickly to notice. They take the time to recognize and appreciate the hard work canines put in for us, during and after competitions. Brent’s interest in canine photography was sparked when he began taking pictures at Flyball competitions for his partner. Their new furry addition to the family, with an aptitude for Agility, opened a whole new world of fantastic ‘doggy shot’ opportunities.
Brian Bates excels at capturing the emotion of an event, whether it is a sporting event, receptions, special occasions, or just life. He is the primary photographer for several organizations and loves helping them capture special moments.
Melissa Weber is a sports photographer in the Scott County, Ky area. She is a University of Cincinnati DAAP grad & a graphic designer by profession for 20+ years. She loves photographing athletic events, especially fastpitch softball games. She wants young athletes—particularly girls and young women—to see how incredibly talented, confident, strong, powerful and amazing they are. Too often, girls and young ladies lack confidence and self-esteem. Her aim is for them to see what she sees through her lens.
David Passmore founded DirtLife Media Designs to advance local action photography and to bring style, motion, and speed to a single still photo. His philosophy is simple; “Action sports photography should convey action.” After being an avid bmx/mountain bike and dirt bike racer most of his life, David is no stranger to the importance of technical skills both in riding and behind the lens. David pursued his lifelong passion for photography after retiring from racing.
Delta Horsley is an Equine Photographer in SouthEast Texas. As a former horse trainer, Delta has years of experience and familiarity working with horses. With a lifelong love for both horses and photography, she has an especially keen eye for capturing horses through the lens creating timeless memories of you and your horse.