Sports Photography

Matt Cohen Named Journalist of the Year, IDS Wins Indiana Collegiate Press Association Honors

The Indiana Daily Student has been recognized by the 2022 Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) and College Media Business & Advertising Managers (CMBAM) awards seasons. Notably, IDS was selected as the Advertising Publication, Newspaper (Division 1), and Online Publication of the Year by the CAPI. “We have an amazing team …

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Pofcher named college athlete of the year

LOWELL, Oregon- Stanford senior coxswain Nicole Pofcher was named Pac-12 women’s rowing athlete-scholar of the year on Sunday. Pofcher is the Cardinal’s sixth Pac-12 Athlete-Scholar of the Year, after Grace McGinley (2021), Naomi Cornman (2015), Ali Fauci (2014), Mariele Higgins (2012) and Erika Roddy (2011). The Winnetka, Illinois native is …

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Pitching, Lucas Donlon gives Virginia Tech a season sweep over Liberty

Lucas Donlon took a well-deserved Gatorade dip on Wednesday night at English Field. (Virginia Tech Sports Photography) In celebration of its fourth straight victory, No. 5 Virginia Tech jumped over the dugout rail, many with raised hands, and headed for Lucas Donlon with a Gatorade dip in center field. Flashback …

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Diary of a Photojournalist: My First Year

This past year has been a whirlwind for me. I never thought I would be able to do half of the things I did this year, let alone my freshman year in college. The weeks before I started at Ball State in August, I dreaded the thought of coming to …

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Leaked Canon EOS R7 specs suggest it could be the go-to speedster for enthusiasts

A recent report suggested that the rumored Canon EOS R7 could have a maximum continuous shooting speed of 20 frames per second, putting it on par with Canon’s current EOS R5 and R6 flagships. At the time, however, the rumor was “unconfirmed”. A new leak from the same reliable source …

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Daily Herald wins Lisagor Awards for COVID-19, tornado reporting and sports photography

The Daily Herald has won three Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism, a prestigious honor bestowed by the Chicago Headline Club. A team of writers and photographers won first place for timeline reporting in the annual competition. The newspaper’s COVID-19 reporting and sports photography were also recognized at an awards …

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Laubscher promoted to director of internal communications at W&L

History links LEXINGTON, Va. – Washington and Lee University announced that Brian Laubscherdirector of sports communications, will be promoted to director of internal communications for the university and will start later this month. Laubscher has served the university since 1998, first as director of sports information …

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4-H Member Talks Photography and Community Service – The Daily Reporter

Megan Bell developed a passion for sports photography through years of involvement in 4-H. Editor’s Note: The Daily Reporter highlights Hancock County’s farming community each month, as well as people and stories from local groups and programs. Here, Megan Bell, a senior at New Palestine High School, shares her experience …

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Southern Surf Festival at Middleton Point sees new blood fall in love with the sport | The temperature

news, local news, Southern Surf Festival, Middleton Point, surfing, Surf South Australia, Victor Harbor, Jocelyn Neumueller, Craig Potgieter As the waves crashed onto the shores of Middleton Point, more than 200 competitors vied for State Surfing Championship glory, but most importantly, creating some good inclusive vibes along the way. Starting …

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Des Moines Register has won dozens of awards from the Iowa Newspaper Association

The Des Moines Registry and its staff have won 40 awards in the annual Iowa Better Newspaper contests, the Iowa Newspaper Association announced at a banquet Thursday night. The Register, which competes with other outlets in its broadcast category, won the Harrison “Skip” Weber Investigative Reporting Awards category, with investigative …

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Leader-News wins the highest awards in a newspaper contest

Tony Perez|Frio-Nueces CurrentUvalde Leader-News Managing Director Pete Luna (second from right) and Managing Editor Meghann Garcia (far right) display the plaque for the South Texas Press Association’s Division 3 draw alongside representatives of the sister paper (from the far left), editor Manuel Azocar and editor Marc Robertson, with their Division …

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Who is this doggie in the photo? A personal exploration

During my time in the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, I had the privilege and responsibility of mounting or assisting in the making of exhibits for our department. Exhibits are a way to show our users and community the material we have on a specific subject or theme. …

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James R. Kazimer 1949-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

NEWTON FALLS – James Robert Kazimer, 72, passed away peacefully in eternal rest on Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at Washington Square Nursing Home in Warren. He was born July 2, 1949 in Warren, the son of the late William James Kazimer and Arvadia Ruth Elliott Kazimer. Jim has lived in …

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NJC Student Leaders Recognized at CCCS – South Platte Sentinel Awards Banquet

Several Northeastern Junior College students have recently been recognized for their academic achievements and commitment to making their campus a better place. NJC Rising Stars, Phi Theta Kappa All Colorado Scholars and NJC Inclusive Excellence Champion were honored at the Colorado Community College System Student Excellence Awards Banquet on Wednesday, …

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John W. “Pete” Pierick

April 19, 2022 12:39 Post : April 19, 2022 12:39 John W. “Pete” Pierick, 74, died Thursday, April 14, 2022 at Agrace HospiceCare after a long illness. He was born February 8, 1948 in Richland Center and raised in Highland, the son of Jack and Thelma (Schmitt) Pierick. John is …

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Howland will allocate ARP funds to the preservation of the creek | News, Sports, Jobs

HOWLAND — Township administrators are using more than $10,000 of Howland’s U.S. bailout money to preserve just under 84 acres along Mosquito Creek. Township planning director Kim Mascarella said the area the township is acquiring is one of the last large chunks of wetlands and floodplains along the …

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Earn crypto for content on the world’s only free speech blockchain

Have you heard all the buzz around post-earning opportunities in Crypto? Hive is the hive that creates this buzz. Let’s get down to business and show off all that Hive has to offer Hive is a fully decentralized, social media-focused blockchain that has a thriving ecosystem of apps that offer …

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Free Press promotes 3 seasoned journalists to editor-in-chief

Three Free Press editors have been promoted to editor, announced Peter Bhatia, Free Press editor and vice president. Anjanette Delgado oversees Free Press’ digital operations as well as breaking news and trends, sports, photography and video, data and entertainment reporting. During her four years at the Free Press, she helped …

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After 2021 collapse, Hokies look to keep this year’s ship upright

Carson DeMartini (left), Jack Hurley (right) and the Hokies have been rolling lately. (Virginia Tech Sports Photography) It was like a February morning in Blacksburg, Va., with country music playing on the speakers and Virginia Tech getting ready for the game with a few practice batting rounds and warm-up pitches …

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Finding Surprising Appreciation – The GW Hatchet

Media credit: Photo by Arielle Bader Each year, graduating editors receive a final 30 column inches – “30” was historically used to signify the end of a story – to reflect on their time at The Hatchet, published in the final issues of the year. If someone had told me …

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Rider wins 16 marketing and communications awards

Rider University recently won 16 awards, including three first-place finishes, for its marketing and communications work. The awards, drawn from three annual competitions, cover print, digital and interactive media. “These awards are the culmination of our team’s hard work, which furthers Rider’s reputation as a premier university,” said Kristine Brown, …

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Daniel J. Bauman | News, Sports, Jobs

Daniel J. Bauman, 89, of Gerry, formerly of Stockton, passed away peacefully on Thursday March 31. He was born on a farm in Kewanna, Indiana in 1932, to Harry and Sophia Barkey Bauman. He graduated from North Judson High School in Indiana and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree …

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Acuity Scheduling, Pixifi, Sprout Studio, Bookeo, ShootZilla, Blinkbid, Tave, Time Exposure, Iris Works, Studio Ninja, Darkroom, Lyncpix – ChattTenn Sports

The report gives an abstract and quantitative examination of the Global photography studio software The review is based on the division of photography studio software which focuses on monetary and non-monetary factors that affect the improvement of photography studio software. The report joins a real scene that concludes the market …

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Stock Photography Market 2022, SWOT Analysis, Business Growth Opportunities by Top Companies, Types, Applications and Regional Forecast to 2030

The Stock Photography Market report is a perfect basis for people who are looking for a comprehensive study and analysis of the Stock Photography Market. This report contains a diverse study and information that will help you understand your niche and focus on major market channels in the regional and …

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Paper obtains 6 top 10 in the national competition | Sports

The Lewiston Tribune recently won six prizes in the 2021 Associated Press Sports Editors National Competition. The Tribune won top 10 honors in the C Division Daily, Sunday and Special categories, the third highest ranking in newspaper circulation. The newspaper was also honored with a writing award, as Dale Grummert …

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Never-before-seen photos of Prince, Madonna and Rolling Stones in Paul Natkin’s new book

Paul Natkin is undoubtedly one of Chicago’s most famous music photographers. He’s worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Madonna, Prince and The Beastie Boys (pictured above), but rather modestly attributes his success to “being in the right place at the right time”. Today, after a …

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Packers News, 3/15: Re-signing Campbell a major boost for Packers heading into 2022

In less than 24 hours, the Green Bay Packers went from about $44 million above the salary cap for 2022 to just a few million. There have been some painful cuts, as the departures of Za’Darius Smith and Billy Turner will hurt depth in a few key positions, but there’s …

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Individuals, Companies and Organizations Earn Professional Honors | Trade and industry

Commercial and professional honor and recognition were awarded to individuals and local businesses in 2021. FOOD CITY VOLUNTEERING Employees of three local Food City stores were recognized in 2021 for outstanding volunteerism among associates through the Food City Claude P. Varney Volunteer Recognition Program. Cardiela Vickery, Shaun Lister and Zach …

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Photography a mass art

With its pastels and soft light, spring lends itself to photography as well as fishing and turkey hunting. They go hand in hand because nothing immortalizes a hunting, fishing, camping or hiking trip as indelibly as a memorable photograph. A well-composed, well-lit photo will grace the trophy, but a well-composed, …

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OKCMOA Opens Largest Sports Photography Retrospective Ever by Walter Iooss Jr. | Culture & Leisure

OKLAHOMA CITY – A new original exhibition of more than 80 photographs by renowned sports photographer Walter Iooss Jr. has opened at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. “The Perfect Shot: Walter Iooss Jr. and the Art of Sports Photography” exposes 50 years of Iooss’ career. The exhibit features athletes …

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7 Types of Photos You Can Take With an 85mm Lens

Many photographers have an 85mm lens in their kit, and for good reason. The lens is more versatile than you might think, and many praise it for capturing sharp images and isolating subjects. Knowing what your lens is suited for will help you get the most out of it, and …

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Roman Abramovich to sell Chelsea: Live news and latest updates on Russian-Ukrainian war’s impact on football

Chelsea’s Russian owner Roman Abramovich has said he has decided to sell the Premier League club. In a statement published on the Chelsea website on Wednesday, Abramovich said: “I would like to address the speculation in (the) media over the past few days regarding my ownership of Chelsea FC. As …

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MLB lockdown: Talks continue late without agreement but progress is being made, deadline extended: sources

Have you read a good book lately? Man, there are so many. Dostoyevsky, Didion, Avni Doshi. The library lends them for free. Open one and find yourself transported. Owe a call to an old friend? Are you curious about the NBA playoff picture? Haven’t given up on your New Year’s …

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Jackie Robinson ’47’s first ticket stub sells for record $480,000; Michael Jordan ’84 first ticket hits $468,000

3:12 a.m. ET Dan HajduckyESPN Close Hajducky is a reporter/researcher for ESPN. He has a master’s degree in creative writing from Fairfield University and played on the men’s soccer teams at Fordham and Southern Connecticut State Universities. The record for the most expensive collectible sports ticket was set twice with …

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Virginia Tech Softball heads to Colombia for Carolina Classic

Kelsey Bennett and the Hokies have a chance to get started this weekend in South Carolina. (Virginia Tech Sports Photography) No. 7 Virginia Tech travels to Columbia, South Carolina to compete in the Carolina Classic and continue its rocky start to the season. The Hokies will play four games in …

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Lia Thomas, trans swimmer, revives the debate on sex testing in sport

“It seems clear that the defendants knowingly instituted this test for the sole purpose of preventing the plaintiff from participating in the tournament,” a New York Supreme Court judge wrote. Richards played at the US Open that year, aged 43. She was quickly eliminated from the singles tournament but qualified …

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Bonofiglio Photography captures creative sports, dance and team photography

As one of the leading studios, Bonofiglio Photography captures clients’ creative sports, dance and team photography that they have never seen on their own. Brimbank, Victoria – February 16, 2022 – Bonofiglio Photography is a leading photo studio that captures the absolute best skills of every athlete to create the …

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Before failing a drug test, Kamila Valieva was a skating freak

BEIJING — After leading her Russian team to gold in the figure skating team event last Monday, before the world around her began to crumble, Kamila Valieva stood before a room full of journalists. At first, she didn’t know how to wear the earphone that provided simultaneous translations and sought …

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ICC Photography Club Holds Awards Ceremony

The Indian Cultural Center (ICC) Photography Club held the 2020 ICC Photographer of the Year Award Ceremony at ICC Ashoka Hall to congratulate the winners. Dr. Deepak Mittal, India’s Ambassador to Qatar graced the occasion as the chief guest. Members of the ICC Photography Club as well as dignitaries from …

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USA Muaythai: the 2022 World Games qualifiers in Denver

The United States Muaythai Federation is pleased to announce that “The International World Games Qualifier” will be held at Foothills Fieldhouse Arena in Denver, Colorado from March 10-13, 2022. Advertisement The best athletes of our country will compete for a place in the official Muaythai team of the United States, …

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Legendary Golf Photographer David Cannon Receives PGA of America Lifetime Achievement Award | Golf News and Tour Information

The PGA of America announced legendary photographer David Cannon on Tuesday as the second recipient of its newly created Lifetime Achievement Award in Photojournalism. Cannon follows Leonard Kamsler, who was named the first recipient of the award at the start of 2020. Cannon, from Sussex, England, has been a fixture …

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Computational Photography Market 2021 Growing Demand and Accurate Outlook – Apple, Samsung, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Adobe, Nikon – Cleveland Sports Zone

Global “Computational Photography Market” Research Report 2022-2028 is a factual overview and in-depth study on the current and future market of the Mobility Health Solutions industry. The Computational Photography Market report provides supreme data, such as development strategy, competitive landscape, environment, opportunities, risks, challenges and barriers, value chain optimization, …

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Growing use of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, leather, photography, food and beverage, waste water, textiles, paper and pulp is driving the industry growth across the World – Cleveland Sports Zone

[102 Pages Report] Potassium Hydrogen Sulfite Market Overview 2022 Potassium bisulfite is the alternate name for potassium hydrogen sulfite. Potassium hydrogen sulfite has an extreme sulfur smell. This can be justified since potassium hydrogen sulfite reacts with the acid of any food product and SO2 is released, which is useful …

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2022 Olympic Equipment List – Photographer Nick Didlick

Nick Didlick covered 15 Olympic Games during his 38-year career as a professional photographer, starting in 1984 with the Games in Sarajevo (then in Yugoslavia). So to say he’s a seasoned pro is an understatement. Didlick is set to cover the upcoming 2022 Olympics in Beijing, China, and recently shared …

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Dublin high school athlete discovers new passion in offseason

His Shamrock Bowl days may be over, but Ja’Qwan Willis is finding a new way to keep busy this winter. DUBLIN, Georgia — Whether he’s playing football for the Irish under the Friday night lights or finding ways to pass his time without him, ask anyone about Ja’Qwan Willis and …

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David Campese, the last seller of dreams

Where to start with David Campese? Simple facts won’t suffice, but let’s start with a few: the winger has played 101 times for the Wallabies, won a Rugby World Cup in which he was also player of the tournament and, with 64, has far the most international tries of any …

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London photographer on his latest breathtaking images of the wild waves of Lake Erie

Most people don’t like going to the beach when it’s below freezing and the winds are blowing at 75 kilometers per hour. But Dave Sandford isn’t most people. Sporting his wetsuit on a cold winter’s day, the 48-year-old strode along the Port Stanley shore and got his camera gear ready. …

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Napoleon’s 325km gravity-defying route – BBC Travel

Bonaparte’s mind-blowing return also raised questions of sovereignty – otherwise known as the authority to govern. Other European leaders were particularly worried when the French people welcomed him home. He had no royal blood or real legitimacy for his origins at a time when monarchs were believed to derive their …

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Longtime area photographer Jeff Billings passes | Sports

The local sports and photography worlds are mourning the loss of a great as Jeff Billings, known to many in Northland for his work photographing Liberty High School teams, died this week. Billings started KCSports.net, a sports photography service focused on Liberty-area schools, in 2006. In 2008, Marty Williams joined …

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AP turns photojournalism into NFT

The Associated Press (AP) is launching a non-fungible token (NFT) market later this month for collectors to buy “the news agency‘s award-winning contemporary and historic photojournalism” — or at least a token of ownership of the work. Let’s break it down. Wait, what are NFTs again? NFTs are, above all, …

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Meet the 2022 US Olympic Skeleton Team

Katie Uhlaender poses for a portrait during the Team USA Beijing 2022 Olympic Filming on September 12, 2021 in Irvine, California. Uhlaender has been present on skeleton tracks around the world for two decades. No other American in a board sport has ever competed in five Olympics, adding another highlight …

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Corey Rich on moving from DSLR to mirrorless

Corey Rich is one of the best known names in the world of extreme adventure sports and action photography and filmmaking. From mountaineering and river kayaking to glacier skiing, he’s no stranger to documenting the world’s most talented athletes, in some of the most challenging conditions on the planet. We …

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How Mo Salah became the new king of football

The Mayor of Liverpool wears a nervous smile and a saucer-sized gold ceremonial chain, the kind one wears to salute royalty or a foreign dignitary, which seems appropriate, because it’s not every day you receive a visit from the Egyptian king. It’s a cloudless autumn day in the city, and …

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Clay retires after 42 years! ⋆ 4State News MO AR KS OK

em {display: block! important;}label them {display: none! important;}.Photo {width: 100%;max width: 50rem}a .fr file {color: # 0274b7! important;} Clay’s last day of work is today, Monday, January 10, 2022. After more than 42 years of dedicated service to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, he will be leaving for the last time as …

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Student photography, poetry competition now open | News, Sports, Jobs

LAKE PLACID – The Lake Placid Institute invites all students attending school or residing in Adirondack Park to participate in its upcoming annual photography and poetry competitions. “24 hours: a photographic interpretation of life in the Adirondacks” is open to all high school students. Submissions can be in color or …

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There is no photography like snow photography

A snowy owl perches among the branches in winter. (Photo courtesy of Mark Allen) Snow is difficult to photograph for various reasons; but several local photographers can tell you why it is worth it. Mark Allen of Jefferson has been taking pictures for 47 years. He learned the basics of …

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Denham Springs, LA, sports photographer Michael Bacigalupi photographs the 2021 Independence Bowl

Michael Bacigalupi is a freelance photographer based in Denham Springs, LA. Here’s a single image Michael managed to capture at Independence Bowl 2021 sports teams, including the 2019 Peach Bowl LSU Tigers Football.”/> Michael Bacigalupi has had the pleasure of holding credentials at many college and professional sports teams, including …

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Photo cellar: Cav in Carcassonne

It is a fact well known to photographers that some images require more effort than others. And when it comes to the Tour de France, well, some images cost more than others. For much of my career, I have focused on capturing the emotions of runners right after the finish …

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Martha M. Saaranen | News, Sports, Jobs

ROCKLAND – Martha M. Saaranen, 76, of Rockland, died suddenly on her birthday, December 26, 2021, from a brief illness. Martha was born on December 26, 1945 in Ontonagon, daughter of Sulo and Sylvia Laitala. Martha married Harold Saaranen on March 12, 1966 and would have three children, Cheryl, Brenda …

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The most extreme sports and action photography of 2021

The Red Bull Illume Image Quest International Photo Contest 2021, now in its sixth year and featuring “The world’s greatest adventure and action sports imagery” – announced the winners for 2021. The big winner is American photographer Will Saunders for his photo titled “Dirtbag Superhero”. The winning image was taken …

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The five greatest football goals of all time that would never have existed if VAR had existed

Every football fan is familiar with the aching stomach pain when their team or country concedes a goal, which simply shouldn’t have been. Even the mere mention of the goalscorer’s name is enough to trigger painful flashbacks the very moment you put your head in your hands and say ‘It’s …

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Vanstone: Photography is a labor of love for Bill Dubecky

Breadcrumb Links Sports Saskatchewan Roughriders Regina Pats Hockey Soccer LCF Bill Dubecky fell into photography, entirely by accident, in 1966. Thus began a career in which he captured iconic sports images. Author of the article: Rob vanstone Bill Dubecky, on display at Taylor Field, was the Saskatchewan Roughriders team photographer …

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Sports photos of the year in St. Petersburg

Photography is another way of informing and the images can last forever. Sports photography is no different because it is another way for people to find out more about sports. But it’s also a way to show how passionate athletes are, because words on paper or on screen can’t really …

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How Storm Arwen stole and then gifted the Sheffield teenage prodigy

At 16, most of Isaac Parkin’s age mates would have gone out on weekends, doing what teenagers do. Not Isaac, however, he would work as a professional photographer. That’s an impressive feat, considering how incredibly difficult it is to get accredited as a professional sports photographer covering league games or …

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Southern Media Showcase Honors Area High School Students | Lifestyles

The winners of the annual Southern Media Showcase competition were announced during a special online presentation earlier this month at Missouri Southern State University. The annual competition is open to high school students in the region in the categories of publications and audio / video work, with the winners receiving …

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Artist Sally Mann wins first prize in photography for her Wildfire series

American artist Sally Mann has been announced as the winner of a photography award for her series which captures the devastating wildfires in the Great Dismal Swamp in Virginia. The awards ceremony for the ninth cycle of the Pictet Prize, the world award for photography and sustainability, was held at …

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Newcastle Jets women crush Wellington Phoenix five times – News from the region

18-year-old Kirsty Fenton opened the scoring by sprinting down the left wing and passing the ball through the goal and into the back of the net as Phoenix goalkeeper Lily Alfeld rushed in vain. Photo: Sports photography on the Mid North Coast. The Newcastle Jets women smashed five goals against …

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East Surry finishes regional vice-champion

Trey Armstrong (5) captures in close coverage to recover East Surry’s first try. JR Willoughby Photography East Surry failed in their quest for a fourth Western Regional Championship on Friday. A 45-13 loss to the top Shelby Golden Lions ended the Cardinals’ season at 13-1. East Surry finished regional 2A …

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HOMEWARD BOUND at The Green Room 42 captured in action by Thomas Salus

Granted, I was behind writing this review of Fripp Presents: Homeward Bound, The Incredible Journey, but call it a divine intervention by the gods of the Broadway cabaret; I’m glad I delayed. It gave me the chance to read Stephen Mosher’s feature article on Michael Kushner about taking charge at …

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Social networks: a blessing or a curse? | News, Sports, Jobs

Not long ago, the VFTB asked the question: Technology: friend or foe? This story is derived from that one. Over the past decade and more, the means of communication have changed dramatically through mobile devices and the creation of Email, SMS, Facebook, Face Time, Skype, Zoom, Instagram and everything else …

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Superunion Asia Develops New Identity for World Table Tennis | New

The Superunion Asia team has been appointed to develop a new identity for World Table Tennis (WTT) in order to capture new audiences and partners. The WTT was created by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and kicked off with its inaugural tournament held in Macau last year. Since table …

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Breakthrough in Nevada simulcast dispute with Churchill Downs

Nevada racebooks will once again be able to offer bets on Fair Grounds, Oaklawn Park and Turfway Park races following a breakthrough in their long-running simulcast dispute with Churchill Downs Inc. The Nevada Pari-Mutuel Association, which represents the state’s racing books, received signed contracts from the racetrack and casino company …

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Red Bull Illume 2021 Photo Contest Results

The sixth edition of the competition, Image Quest 2021, once again brings together the phenomenal work of photographers and content creators from around the world. It is a unique showcase for artists who go to great lengths to tell the stories of adventure athletes and action sports. It also gives …

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Michael Bacigalupi Photography Launches Brand New Website

Michael Bacigalupi is a freelance photographer based in Denham Springs, LA. sports teams, including the 2019 LSU Tigers Football Peach Bowl.”/> Michael Bacigalupi has had the pleasure of holding credentials at many college and professional sports teams, including the 2019 LSU Tigers Football Peach Bowl. sports photographs.”/> Michael Bacigalupi is …

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Tips and tricks for photographing football in foggy weather

Football is usually played outdoors and the games can be subject to the whims of Mother Nature. Even though I have never seen a game canceled due to the weather, there are sometimes conditions that can make their photography difficult. On November 11, I photographed St. Mary’s in Edison during …

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Tampa Bay Black Journalists Association Honors Tampa Bay Times Reporters

Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists Honored Tampa Bay weather staff members at its annual Griot Drum Awards and Scholarships ceremony, according to a press release from the association. Associate Editor for Photography Boyzell Hosey received a Griot Drum Journalism Honoree for helping young journalists’ careers and overall achievements. The …

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Thomas Salus Lense THE SONGS OF HOWARD ASHMAN at Feinstein / 54 below

On November 10, RAINBOW SUN PRODUCTIONS presented ninety (ish) minutes of songs from canon Howard Ashman. The treasured lyricist of musicals like Little Shop of Horrors, Alladin, The Little Mermaid, and more has been celebrated by a collection of nearly twenty musical theater actors who have brought their best looks …

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Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball Season 2021-22 Preview

Virginia Tech’s women’s basketball has high expectations in 2021-2022. (Virginia Tech sports photography) Earlier this month, editor David Cunningham is broken down the Virginia Tech men’s basketball team post by post. As Tech Sideline’s women’s basketball editor, it’s my turn to do the same for the women’s team, which begins …

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Men’s soccer falls, women’s soccer finishes strong

Virginia Tech lost at home for the first time this season to North Carolina on Sunday. (Virginia Tech sports photography) Last week, Virginia Tech’s men’s and women’s soccer teams completed their home slates, both heading into the playoffs. The women’s team beat Boston College on Sunday, while the men’s team …

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Best cameras for photography in 2021

(Photo: Pixabay / PhotoMIX-Company) The best cameras for photography in 2021 have been extensively tested in many real-world settings to make sure they deserve to be on the list. Best cameras for photography If you don’t know where to start, you can take a look at the guide below on …

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REVIEW: Fujifilm GFX 50S II

The GFX 50S II. Handout Fujifilm Philippines recently released the latest version of its GFX 50S medium format mirrorless camera. The GFX 50S II has updated features for the most demanding photographer. The GFX series is widely known for packing a lot of photo power in a small package. With …

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East Surry is moving at full speed

September 17, 2021 DOBSON – Runners from nearly 30 schools gathered in Fisher River Park on Thursday to compete in a cross-country competition hosted by the Millennium Charter Academy. More than 170 high school athletes from North Carolina and Virginia participated in the event: 119 in the boys ‘race and …

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Collect my thoughts, among others

Maybe growing up near the Smithsonian inspired my collection of collections. Photo: Mitch Teich. 09 October 2021 – When I was about 13 – my son’s age – I was a museum curator. It was a very specialized museum, which featured a collection of artifacts collected by Wheaton, Maryland’s leading …

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David M. Long | News, Sports, Jobs

David Long David M. Long, 51, of Jamestown, died at his home on Wednesday, October 6, 2021. Born July 11, 1970, in Jamestown, son of Cheryl Glair Swart of Gerry and Ruedell “Valley” (Lynn) Long from Gibsonville, NC He graduated from the Jamestown High School class in 1988, attended Jamestown …

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John Shonlé | News, Sports, Jobs

John Shonle pursued a new, deeply unknown existence on September 24, 2021. He had been living peacefully with prostate cancer since 1998. He was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 1, 1933, the son of Horace and Letta Shonle. He graduated from Shortridge High School, Wesleyan University, and the University …

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Dieter-Wolfgang Kuhl | News, Sports, Jobs

Dieter-Wolfgang Kuhl, 79, of the City of Providence, passed away peacefully at his home on Sunday, September 26, 2021 with his loving family by his side. Dieter was born to the late Otto and Charlotte (née Rohde) Kuhl on April 30, 1942 in Hamburg, Germany, at the height of World …

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SPORTEL Awards Ceremony: Champions & emotions

Recently, SPORTEL trophies unveiled the Official selection for the Prix ​​du Podium d’Or Georges Bertellotti 2021. The winners will be announced on Tuesday October 5 at 7 p.m. during the award ceremony at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco. The selection process was very difficult for the screening committee who had to …

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