A belated happy 7 to Four+1. It’s been a while, but it’s still alive and when we do find interesting sports photographers, I will post them here. Jonathan Moscrop is a sports photographer based in Torino, Italy. He’s a what we say in the business (?) an official photographer for Juventus FC. So he basically […]Read more "Four + 1: Jonathan Moscrop"
As you wait for the new episode of BLFS, which shouldn’t be long, here is another Four + 1. Sixth time, it’s Phil Oldham from Manchester. Our paths crossed in Gdansk, Poland, a popular place for meeting sports photographers. We just finished shooting a match and we were both looking to get back to the […]Read more "Four + 1: Phil Oldham"
Number five in our Four + 1 series is my good friend Al Golub, coming to us from the Sierra-Nevada foothills of California. You can find Al on his website and Twitter. A former Chief Photographer and Director of Photography at the Modesto (CA) Bee, Al has pictures spanning decades and continues to shoot NFL […]Read more "Four + 1: Al Golub"
Our 4th Four + 1, coming to us from Phoenix is Arizona Cardinals team photographer Gene Lower. Gene’s portfolio and very impressive client list can be found here. 1. How did you start shooting sports photography and what is your bread and butter sport? I was an athlete up through my college years and was […]Read more "Four + 1: Gene Lower"
Our 3rd Four + 1, coming to us from southern California is my good friend Tony Leon. I’ve known Tony since my early days of shooting sports, and I have not only learned a lot from him, but on several occasions he has talked Angry Matt back to regular Matt. No mean feat! Tony is the […]Read more "Four + 1: Tony Leon"
Our 2nd Four + 1 is Mutsuaki Kawamori, my dear friend who is plying his trade in Madrid, Spain. He’s the one person that I know who’s been to more Classico than Matt’s been to a decent bowl game. :) His professionalism is something I truly admire and he really loves the game of football. […]Read more "Four + 1: Mutsuaki Kawamori"
Introducing a brand spanking new section aptly named, “Four + 1”. We will be interviewing sports photographers from all over the world via email as sometimes they don’t have a phone or Skype or the time. Each interviewee will be given four standardised questions, followed by a +1, a special question just for them. It […]Read more "Four + 1: Tsutomu Takasu"