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Category Archives: sports photography
Blair Bunting thought his campaign for Muscle Milk would be over in a snap, but when the agency saw his initial 4 images, they couldn’t get enough, sending him to multiple locations for over 10 more shoots. The challenge was to find a lighting setup that would work just as well with a basketball player [...]
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Erik Isakson is a sports lifestyle photographer working out of southern California. Along with filmmaker Jason Maughan, he recently produced this behind-the-scenes video of a shoot he did with athletes and dramatic splashes of water. For the shoot, he … Continue reading
When James Quantz Jr. was asked to create a number of promotional images for the University of South Carolina’s 2013 football season, he approached the project from a fan’s perspective. “If I think it would look cool on my wall,” he says of the concept, “I’m hoping I’m hitting on where the fans are coming [...]
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This week, we’re sponsoring the Photo Brigade’s podcast, an interview with maddeningly accomplished photographer, David Bergman. Currently, David in on tour with Bon Jovi as his official tour photographer, but you may know him from his enormous gigapan image of … Continue reading →
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Photographer Ian Coble was featured on Season 2, Episode 3 of SnowChasers. Coble is candid about how he became a professional shooter, his undergraduate work, and his love of skiing. He discusses using strobes in snow, and the gear he carries in waist-deep accumulations far off the trails. Typically shooting athletes one to two hours [...]
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Dave Hahn is a Freelance photographer based in the New York metro area. His primary focus is sports and action photography. Below, Dave explains how he sets up floor-mounted cameras during basketball games using both PocketWizard’s new PlusX transceiver and the Plus III. If you’re new to remote photography hopefully this will help explain how [...]
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Erik Isakson is a sports lifestyle photographer working out of southern California. Along with filmmaker Jason Maughan, he recently produced this behind-the-scenes video of a shoot he did with athletes and dramatic splashes of water. For the shoot, he used his PocketWizard FlexTT5 to trigger a couple of Profoto 8a strobes, which were placed behind [...]
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Mark Shaiken is a Kansas City photographer who aims to “tell stories, one image at a time.” For his athletes series, he’s using HSS to capture the action. Here is a story he wanted to share about his shooting told in his own words. I use my FlexTT5’s to take shots of developing athletes in [...]
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New York City is probably not the first place that comes to mind when you think of snowboarding, or any winter sports for that matter (unless you count leisurely ice skating). But when Manhattan was in for a rare blizzard, … Continue reading →
©Michael Mueller First of all, to avoid any confusion: the Michael Mueller who shot these images is not the same photographer who shoots sharks and invents waterproof Profoto heads. No, this is the Michael Mueller who shoots action sports and brings Profoto strobes with him to a snowy mountaintop. “I like being outside,” says Michael. [...]
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