I was on assignment for tech blog Gotta Be Mobile for Sunday Night Football game in Detroit to find out how good the camera is on the iPhone 6s Plus. I left my big DSLRs behind and captured the Denver Broncos vs Detroit Lions game with just the iPhone 6s Plus rather than the $12,000 camera and lens kit that I normally carries to NFL games.
Here’s a look at what the iPhone 6s Plus camera can do in a relatively dark setting where subjects are not standings still and waiting for me to press the shutter.
Being able to carry a 12 megapixel camera in my pocket is extremely impressive technology. Once I arrived at Ford Field to photograph the Denver Broncos at Detroit Lions I got to work creating feature images outside of the stadium to show the dynamic range the camera could capture with the cool clouds in the sky.
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After Marcus Mariota had a recorded breaking game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1. I was in Cleveland focusing on unique images of Mariota. He spent a lot of the game being sacked and hit in the backfield. Here are some of my favorite images from the game.
My second game of the NFL preseason game was in Cleveland as the RGIII and the Washington Redskins game to town. During preseason games the starters only play about a quarter, which allows for plenty of time to shoot stock on the sidelines and isolated action of players which you won’t normally do during a regular season game.
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I had the opportunity to spend a week in Phoenix working with the awesome USA Today Sports Images team to document Super Bowl XLIX. It was a long week with long hours, but at the end of the game the images that were made by the team were amazing. All of the logistics and technology that goes into the Super Bowl is like no other event in the country.
Spending two straight days running power and ethernet cable to power three remote cameras in the catwalk along with trying to shoot feature photos through out the city.
The Super Bowl is truly a special event.
Below are 36 frames shot with a Canon 1DX and a 70-200mm lens of the Dez Bryant ‘Catch or No Catch’ during the NFC Divisional game against the Green Bay Packers. There are a few frames that are out of focus, but the sequence shows the entire catch to him hitting the ground.
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