Sometimes assignments can happen very quickly. I only had a few days notice before my shoot with Major League Baseball player Scott Kazmir
I was in Seattle Washington visiting family when I got the call that I would be photographing the Oakland Athletics pitcher. So, seeing as that I was out of town, I arranged for one of my local [...]
The other day I got to witness history at the Los Angeles coliseum a place they haven’t played in 50 years. To top that off there was over 115,300 people there! It was insane. I left 5 hours early just to get into the place. Also, make sure you check out the left field fence. It was only 200 feet long. I felt like i could have hit i [...]
So a few weeks ago I shot NASCAR for the first time. I was reallly bored the first two days but the last day I had some fun. Turns out there is much more to this than cars going in a circle. Thanks to Mark for being a pal and showing me the ropes.
Here are some pictures from the last day.
Any questions, please feel free to ask.
Touchdown! Shot laying on the ground with a 70-200 with a 1.4 teleconverter.
Sack! Shoot from directly behind (near goal post) with a 400mm 2.8 and 1.4x converter.
This shot was taken in the tunnel before the game. 16-35mm lens on Canon 1d MArk III
A hail mary under hand shot while he was signing autographs. I used a canon 1d mark [...]