Tag Archives: Sports Photography Workshop

Bird’s Eye View of the Sports Photography Workshop

The eye of the Jayhawk, KU’s beloved mascot, inspired the first part of the title for this post. The photographic feature in Rock Chalk Weekly has become my great photographic challenge and love. For two years, Kansas Athletics has published the weekly … Continue reading

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The Gifts A Workshop Provides

To give you a sense of the camaraderie amongst the staff of the Sports Photography Workshop, consider that on the morning of Mark Reis’ presentation of his work to the students, his mother passed away. Yet, there was Reis standing before us that night, … Continue reading

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Showtime

Since 2006, it has been my privilege to be one of the instructors and presenters at the Sports Photography Workshop in Colorado Springs. This year’s workshop runs from July 22 – 27. Some of the finest photographers in the nation … Continue reading

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Images: Volume One, Week 22

Many assignments from my newspaper days at first glance seemed sure to be boring. In January of 1976, I was unsure of what to expect from an assignment to photograph a dance instructor – alone in his studio. When I walked into … Continue reading

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My Tour de Katy Trail

An Overview: There is some symbolism that I began my cycling journey over the length of Missouri’s Katy Trail during the first week of the epic Tour de France. Those great riders that dig deep to give their all during … Continue reading

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The Staff of Photographic Life

The face leading off this story is that of David Eulitt, an outstanding photographer with the Kansas City Star. As the Director of Photography at the Topeka Capital-Journal, I hired Eulitt in 1992 from the San Bernardino County Sun. He was young and filled … Continue reading

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Showtime! What A Joy

In the next few months, I will be showing my photographic work to a wide variety of groups. I began the process of putting the first of those shows together last week. While looking at the pictures I set aside … Continue reading

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Monument Rocks

This has been a summer brimming with activity for us. Sharing my photographs and writing suffered because of our journeys squeezed into a short span of time. We just returned from a week of intense work at the Sports Photography … Continue reading

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Sports Photography Workshop 2011

Due to conflicts at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, the annual Sports Photography Workshop moved from its usual late June/early July date to May. The Workshop’s welcome dinner was held last Friday and activities concluded Thursday night. What did … Continue reading

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Sports Photography Workshop

One of the most intense yet rewarding weeks of my year is my time as an instructor at the annual Sports Photography Workshop held in Colorado Springs.  The 28th edition of this popular workshop concluded July 2.  What an honor … Continue reading

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