In this blog I am going to feature my favorite photos from NASCAR Practices on Thursday the 19th and Friday the 20th and Saturday the 21st.
I was offered the opportunity to go for a ride in the Goodyear Blimp during an off day from shooting NASCAR practice at the track. But just my luck, due to high winds my flight was canceled. I was even reschedule for a few days later and it was again cancelled. But the PR guys at Goodyear still allowed me to shoot some cool images of the blimp while it was on the ground.
I have one more opportunity to go up so we shall see!
After covering NASCAR Media day inside a stuffy room with hundreds of people, it was very nice to get out into the Florida sunshine and shoot some NASCAR Practice. The photos below are combined Sprint Unlimited Practice and Daytona 500 practice from Friday night and Saturday.
I am currently sitting on a patio in downtown Daytona Beach where it’s 65 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. Sorry, friends and family stuck in the cold. I am down here for 14 days to cover my 6th Daytona 500. The Daytona 500 is the Super Bowl of NASCAR, the biggest race of the year where everyone is watching. I am very fortunate enough to work with another great crew from USA Today.
Here are my favorite images from media day.
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.
After covering NFL Playoffs I got the opportunity to switch gears and shoot the NHL All Star game in Columbus. I don’t shoot much hockey so it made for an interesting weekend. My goal going into the event was to come out with some artsy images from the weekend.
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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A week late, but never to late share images from one of the most talked about catches of the 2014 NFL Season. I travel to Green Bay, Wisconsin to shoot the NFC Divisional game between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers. It was a little homecoming for me as I got to see a few former teammates prior to the game: Barry Church, and Jayrone Elliot.
Below are some of the best images of the game include the famous Dez Bryant “CATCH or NO CATCH” photo.