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  • Category Archives Photo Shoots

    Well, it's over, and what a season it was. I've had so many questions about mypost-season of sideline shooting (and lots on the use of remote cameras), so I thought I'd answer a few of them as my last post of the season (until probably late July or Early August when football cranks back up again). Here we go: Q. So, what was the Super Bowl like? A. It was really amazing! I remember at one point during the game, I turned to my bother who was watching the game with me on the couch, and I said "Man, if San Francisco scores here, this is going to turn into a tight game!" and then he took a bite of one of the sandwiches my wife made for us at halftime. See, gotcha! I used that 49ers shot from last season (vs. Giants) to reel you…

    OK, before we get into all this, just want to give you a heads up: I cover all of this in MUCH more detail (with more final and behind-the-scenes photos), on yesterday's episode of "The Grid" which I've posted below, so you can just watch it right here if you like. http://youtu.be/Pwr0SQYaHlc OK, if you're not watching that video, here we go! First, some final photos (taken aboard the carrier George H.W. Bush) and then we'll get to the stories and behind the scenes stuff. Above: here's an F/A-18 coming in for a touch and go on the flight deck. Above: Here's a wide angle (14mm) view from one of the launch catapults looking back toward the Island (that tower on the left). Above: One of  the Crash and Salvage Crews on the flight deck in his fire-retardant gear on. Above: Steam from the previous catapult…

    ...but I still don't have a full blog post about this amazing experience, and the incredible of team of people who make a modern aircraft carrier work with extraordinary precision. I just finally got through the images just last night (long story), but there's so much to tell I couldn't get it done it time for today's post. (iPhone photo above by Ed Buice). I'm going to show some images and talk about the shoot on tomorrow's live episode of "The Grid" and hopefully later today I'll post some of the images to my Facebook and Google+ pages as well. My goal is to have the full post for here on the blog by Friday, so I hope you'll stop by one of those spots beforehand or I'll see you on Friday (of course, tomorrow is "Guest Blog Wednesday" and Thursday is "Free Stuff…

    The Falcons may have come up short at yesterday's NFC Championship Game, but they had just an incredible season, and I was honored to be able to shoot the Falcons during the regular season, and the playoffs. Shooting alongside Falcon's team photographers Michael Benford, Lynn Bass, Matt Lange all led by the wonderful Jimmy Cribbs, has truly been an honor this season, and I couldn't' ask to shoot alongside a greater group of guys. Plus, yesterday we got a special appearance from our buddy "Big Daddy Don Page," which made it even more fun. It's really late (I'm still here in Atlanta --- going to PPA's ImagingUSA tradeshow tomorrow here in Atlanta), and I am just beat. So much so, I haven't even downloaded my cards yet (and I can't wait to see how the remote camera set-ups worked out), so I'm going to hit…

    WOW!!!! What an unbelievable playoff game!!!! It came down to literally the last seconds of the game, when Atlanta came back from behind with a beautiful field goal by Matt Bryant for the big win and to take the Falcons to the NFC Championship Game this coming Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers. The winner of that game goes to the Super Bowl! I'll be there  this coming weekend again shooting for the Falcons team (thanks Jimmy, Mike, Matt, Lynn and crew) and I could barely be more psyched! Post season baby! Woo Hoo!! When they gave out our assignments, besides regular game coverage, I volunteered to not just shoot the action, but to shoot some of the moments surrounding the game, and so I included a few of those here as well. The energy and excitement in the Georgia Dome was just incredible…

    I only shot four more games this year than I did in 2011, but having a Season Photo Credential to shoot the Bucs (for Zuma Press) sure made it a lot easier (the stadium is just 25 minutes from my house). I didn't get to shoot any college games this year (just NFL) but while the Bucs were on the road, I did get to shoot a few other NFL games, which is always a blast. This season I shot 14 games in all (with one more to come -- the Falcons first playoff game at home). But until then, here are the teams I got to shoot this season (so far): Tampa Bay Bucs Tennessee Titans New England Patriots Carolina Panthers Washington Redskins Atlanta Falcons Denver Broncos New Orleans Saints Detroit Lions San Diego Chargers Jacksonville Jaguars Chicago Bears Dallas Cowboys Philadelphia Eagles…

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