Case Study House #22 is perhaps the most iconic and famous of Julius Shulman’s photographs and it is one of the many subjects in the documentary Visual […]
Sports photography was something I thought could be my dream job when I was a kid. I was always interested in who took the shots that were on baseball cards and other sports cards. Then I recall seeing Walter Iooss‘ images and really thinking that it would be sweet to be a sports photographer.
This past weekend I shot my first international soccer match: Mexico vs. Paraguay. It was exciting since we were shooting for one of the sponsors, Allstate, but also because Mexico’s Javier Chicharito Hernandez, would be playing. The star striker for Manchester United backed up his reputation with a header to score the opener right in front of me in the opening minutes. […]
Now that Arnold Schwarzenegger is done with his responsibilities as Governor of California, he had more time to spend at the sporting event that bears his name – the Arnold Sports Festival – which includes the Arnold Classic, among many, many other competitions. The event is actually larger than the Olympics, even, and seems to keep growing. Typically I’m hired to shoot the women but the lead image I just had to take when I saw the dejected bodybuilder sitting on the floor.