A Manchester based photographer with Nikon D3 equipment and over 25 years of sports photography under his belt. Alan is one of the British Gymnastics Team official photographers and has covered the Olympics in Athens and London under their name. He is also football mad and an Everton supporter. Alan travels worldwide for his events, but with his North-West location covers all the Manchester and Liverpool games.
Based in North Dublin, Ireland, Paul specialises in rugby and football and is a die-hard Liverpool FC and Leinster Rugby supporter and avid badminton player. Shooting with the very latest in Canon equipment (Canon 1DX) he has recently covered the Emerald Isle Classic and Navy v Notre Dame American Football event. He covers major events for Action Plus including the 2011-12 Europa Cup final at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Originally from Belfast, Nigel has been shooting for Action Plus since 2012, and is now part of our Operations team based in Portrush N. Ireland. A die-hard Manchester United fan who, unsurprisingly, counts football as one of his favourite sports to shoot. Working with the latest Canon camera equipment he enjoys looking for something a ‘little bit different’ during the game which helps to enhance the overall story. Outside of sports he is also a passionate wildlife photographer as well as a long distance runner.Of course, there are many, many more (perhaps 80 or so) and we will continuously update this page to profile all of these great photographers who make up or contribute to our image collections each week
Most of our great imagery is produced by our own photographers. If you think you would like to be considered to work with our photography group at live sporting events, you will need, at the minimum, some professional equipment, such as Nikon D3 or D4 cameras, Canon 1dx or similar, lenses that allow you to capture all of the event and systems to support the processing of the digital pictures. If you have these systems and wish to be considered, please send us a link to your website or images and explain more to: