I got caught up having to take care of lots of editing and printing during this game, so I didn’t get the chance to shoot much game action or many features, but here’s a few from last night’s happenings at the Park.
This game’s “Thing I Learned”: Don’t fall behind on editing! It’s hard to do sometimes, particularly at the end of a homestand when things pile on top of one another.
And with that, I’m finished shooting after a long, busy ten game homestand. As always, thank you so much for following!
A few from the annual ‘Picnic In The Park’ event, which happened after yesterday’s day game.
It was a nice, relaxing way to unwind after a long day of shooting. What’s better than eating dinner in the bullpen?
Sunday games are always busy, and this Sunday was no exception! Over the course of the game, I found myself in just about every part of the stadium at one point – from Yawkey Way and Lansdowne Street outside to the concourses below the stadium to the highest points of the upper deck to the first base photo pit on field level.
It made for a long day of climbing and running around in the heat, but I got what I hope is a nice variety of images.
I’m particularly liking the first two photos of this post. We don’t shoot in the clubhouse much, so it was good to get some “behind the scenes” type of features of players and coaches hanging out before the game.
This game’s “Thing I Learned”: It’s good to keep yourself active and not stay in one spot for too long. Although it can be more tiring, it keeps your eye sharp and keeps you from becoming complacent.
I had a few hours to rest and clear my head after my extremely tolling and difficult (jokes) shoot with Darth Vader the morning of this game, so I came out with lots of energy and had a good night shooting.
Despite the Red Sox managing to lose after being one strike away from winning the game, I was down low when Boston’s new spark plug shortstop Pedro Ciriaco hit his first Major League home run.
This game’s “Thing I Learned”: Never assume the game is over until the last out is recorded.
Also, does anyone have any thoughts about proposals at pro sports stadiums? Romantic? Overrated? Really corny?
Here are a few outtakes from a recent video shoot with Darth Vader at Fenway Park.
I have to say, this was the most fun I’ve had shooting in a long time.