Shots from Sunday’s game between the Eagles and Saints. Such an amazing experience to photograph the NFL.
What a crazy awesome experience shoot in the game tonight. This Sony A9 and 400 mm F2.8 is the best set up I’ve ever shot. pretty awesome experience watching the Saints dominate with a sold-out stadium @alvinkamara
Such a great day. My first time ever shooting a Saints game without sleep deprivation, Also my first pro sports shoot shooting mirrorless and I have to say this was the best camera set up I have ever used
Fly away to New Orleans. Last night I had a chance to try out the combination of the 400 F2.8 and the A9. That combination is ridiculous for wildlife photography. I don’t think I missed focus on a single frame last night. I also couldn’t believe how easy it was to handhold. I can’t wait to take this to the Eagles vs Saints game tonight!
Still one of my favorite sunsets at one of my favorite locations.
Glow of the gods.. crazy to think I will be headed back to the land of fire and ice for the 6th time in a few weeks. I can’t wait
Always fun processing old photos.. this one is from 2014
Over the top. In one week I’ll be shooting Mayeye fourth NFL Dan. I’m excited to give some of the New mirrorless stuff A try at the highest level. I’ll be photographing the Eagles at Saints if you want to try to catch me on the sidelines
Night time in Bandon. This week the Oregon coast has pretty much denied us the colorful sunsets that we have been seeking. Instead of photographing colorful sunrises and sunsets we been photographing the stars in the last appearance of the Milky Way over beautiful Rock formations here on the Oregon coast
Hug from a forest giant
Evening at the beach
Fall in the Pacific Northwest is a beautiful thing. The combination of moss covered boulders in trees and fall color makes for a special time of year here along the southern cascades.
Home away from home. I could easily spend the rest of my photographic life exploring the southern Oregon coast. No place makes me feel quite at home like towering sea stacks and ever changing tides
Morning reflections at your Yaquina bay. Here’s the final results of the shoot from a couple days ago. Not a bad way to end the first Oregon coast workshop of this year
Into the dark wood. Is there anything better than a foggy forest
Inhabited forest. Last night was a foggy rainy mess of a night. One of the beauties of leading a workshop is dealing with the challenges of less than amazing light. Last night we made the most of the conditions and came away with some of our favorite photos of the trip