Sports Photography

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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The new Ricoh GR IIIx sports a 40mm f / 2.8 lens

It is not news that in 2021 most consumers are not buying basic cameras, which is why few camera manufacturers are producing such models. But camera makers still do Advanced point-and-shoots, which are more expensive but also tend to have bigger sensors, better optics, and better overall functionality. Case in …

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Dive Into The Hitch: How To Start Riding Horses

Photo by Catherine Royle / Yellow Rose Photography, courtesy of Coachman’s Delight, Inc. Learn from the experts what it takes to get started in the sport of driving. The sight of a horse-drawn carriage evokes thoughts of power and elegance. It’s a nod to history for riders and non-equestrian alike. …

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Steven John Dulack | News, Sports, Jobs

Steven John Dulack, 71, died on May 20, 2021, after painful and prolonged sparring with mixed dementia. Melancholy but optimistic – “Luck of the draw”, he would say when any tragic or joyous circumstance in life presented itself. Medic in Vietnam when the next guy stayed in the United States; …

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David W. Wycoff | News, Sports, Jobs

David W. Wycoff, 96, of Burnham, died Sunday, September 19, 2021 in Valley View Haven. Born January 23, 1925 in Aliquippa, he was the son of the late William J. and Ruth S. Wycoff. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his wife, Ruth E. Wycoff; and one …

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The Porsche Jump: the desire to push the limits

Current press releases The Porsche Jump: The will to push the limits New version a symbol of the courage to change Stuttgart. Always take one more step: Porsche brought back the iconic photo of the 356 B model. Porsche The jump shows two-time Olympic champion Aksel Lund Svindal ski jumping …

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The challenges women face in motorsport photography

Motorsport photography is not a space traditionally associated with or particularly welcoming to female photographers, but one woman – Alison Arena – has made a name for herself in the industry and is now leading others to follow suit. Motorsport photography, like any other type of sports photography, can exalt …

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The Whisperer mascot – The New York Times

This was clearly evident in early June, when Raymond attended his first Phillies game since the start of the pandemic. Citizens Bank Park, where the team play, had opened at full capacity just two days earlier, so the crowd was unusually large. Still, spotting the Phanatic in the stands was …

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Local man’s Olympic dreams come true

The spotlight is on the athletes of the highly anticipated Tokyo Olympics. But it takes an incredible amount of work, talent, and time behind the scenes for the whole world to see. A native of Roanoke plays an important role in making that magic happen this year. AJ Speaks, a …

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The freshman wants to be there for the fans

University of Arkansas first-year defensive lineman Cameron Ball said he liked the idea of ​​being someone young Razorback fans admire during his playing days at Fayetteville. “I was one of those kids, so I know what it feels like,” Ball said. “So I’m not going to refuse autographs and photos. …

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Getting the shot: Cavendish gets number 34

Exclusive to members Become a member to unlock this story and receive other great benefits. VeloNews and platoon Contributor James Startt, winner of the 2021 World Sports Photography Awards, covers his 32nd Tour de France. For this year’s Tour de France he will be providing a regular post explaining how …

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KB Sides joins the Alabama Razorbacks

Razorback Communications July 6, 2021 FAYETTEVILLE, Arche. – Arkansas head coach Courtney Deifel added a veteran Alabama outfielder, adding KB Sides to the roster as a graduate transfer. Teams will be immediately eligible with one year of eligibility remaining and join pitcher Callie Turner of Tennessee as new Razorbacks. Sides …

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The Brain Teacher, Ballroom Dancer and Turning Sideways to Walk Through Doors – How Malcolm Allison’s Chaotic Return to Man City Caused 30 Years of Suffering

In 1977, Manchester City seemed to be on the brink of big things. After their League Cup triumph the previous year, thanks to the magnificent kick above Dennis Tuart, the Blues had finished second in the league behind the all-conquering Liverpool team of Bob Paisley. They were packed with senior …

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Shooting: Pogacar and La Colombière

Exclusive to members Become a member to unlock this story and receive other great benefits. VeloNews and platoon Contributor James Startt, winner of the 2021 World Sports Photography Awards, covers his 32nd Tour de France. For this year’s Tour de France he will be providing a regular post explaining how …

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Shooting: charge towards arrival with MVDP

Exclusive to members Become a member to unlock this story and receive other great benefits. VeloNews and platoon Contributor James Startt, winner of the 2021 World Sports Photography Awards, covers his 32nd Tour de France. For this year’s Tour de France he will be providing a regular post explaining how …

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Shooting: The peloton and Leonardo’s castle

Exclusive to members Become a member to unlock this story and receive other great benefits. VeloNews and platoon Contributor James Startt, winner of the 2021 World Sports Photography Awards, covers his 32nd Tour de France. For this year’s Tour de France he will be providing a regular post explaining how …

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4-star defensive lineman Nico Davillier signs with Hogs

By: Richard Davenport Publication: Sunday, June 27, 2021 Hours after concluding his official visit to Arkansas, defensive lineman Nico Davillier made a commitment to the Hogs on Sunday afternoon. “I should say the coaches, then the rookies they recruit me and the players who recruit me,” Davillier said, explaining why …

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Spain: heroes on bikes come to the aid of the poorest

Raul Reyes meets a family to hand out homework assignments to their children in Santander, Spain. (photo by Joaquin Gomez Sastre) FMT in partnership with The Global Institute For Tomorrow (GIFT) brings you a Covid-19 “healer” from Spain. Raul Reyes is a volunteer with the Cantabria Bicycle Association (Cantabria ConBici). …

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The Outer Banks Voice – “It’s Worth It”

“This is what is worth it” By Kip Tabb | Outer Banks Voice on June 17, 2021 Local sports photographers turn moments into memories Mike Brisson, Wright Emory and Richard Miller share a passion for sports photography and a commitment to covering local matches. In high school, middle school, and …

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Janet ‘Sue’ Ingram Watkins | News, Sports, Jobs

Janet “Prosecute” Ingram Watkins, 57, from East Liverpool, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, June 10, 2021, at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Youngstown, due to complications with COVID-19. Born January 13, 1964 in East Liverpool, she is the daughter of Elsie Boswell Ingram (Mike Sprage) of East Liverpool …

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Sauk announces 24-hour theater project

The Sauk, the Hillsdale County Community Theater, will present its first-ever 24-hour theater project on June 11 and 12 with a public performance at 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 12. The fun begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 11 when five directors and five playwrights come together. A subject …

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Nikon launches NX Field remote shooting system

Nikon announced the NX field, a new remote shooting system designed to help photographers and videographers “at the forefront of news and sports photography”. This app will allow users to link multiple Nikon and mirrorless DSLR cameras, operate and adjust settings and automatically upload captured images from all linked cameras …

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‘We Are From Pelican’ documentary series chronicles the ups, downs and off-court obstacles of the men’s football team’s historic season

No matter where the Vikings from Pelican Rapids are, people always have the same question. “Where do you come from?” With a population almost 50% non-white, Pelican Rapids is one of the most diverse rural communities in Minnesota. The Viking Boys’ soccer team has players born in Detroit Lakes, Fergus …

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Cropped Sensor Cameras Market Analysis Growth Opportunities and Demand Stimulants by 2017-2025 – The Courier

Cropped sensor cameras are a growing sector in the global photography and camera market due to the growing recognition of their particular advantages in increasingly popular industries. The photography market has grown steadily over the years due to the constant popularity of the medium for recreational purposes. Additionally, in recent …

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JSHS Directory Staff Receive Honors | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Yearbook staff is, from left to right, Lee Springman, Ella TenEyck, Anna Lanks, Haley Shadle, Madelyn Gerst, Aubrey Schilling, Olivia Eiswerth, Emilee Stetts, Riley Frazier, Madison Wall, Hayden Rinker, Savannah Brion , Romee Woodring, Kiley Hummer and Zachary Hines. JERSEY SHORE – The Jersey Shore Area High School …

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Vail Daily Wins 8 Better Newspaper Awards Statewide

The Vail Daily won eight first and second place awards in the Colorado Press Association’s annual Better Newspaper competition. The Vail Daily competes in Class 2, the largest raffle category, which includes outlets like the Denver Post, Colorado Sun, and Colorado Springs Gazette. The Vail Daily won four awards in …

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Engage with the community | News, Sports, Jobs

-Photo of the messenger by Kriss Nelson Eric Anderson, director of the Blanden Memorial Art Museum, is exhibiting the free art kits they are giving away as part of the Blanden Virtual Art Festival scheduled for next month. After having to cancel last year, the staff at the Blanden Memorial …

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John A. Vallini | News, Sports, Jobs

John A. Vallini, 71, says “Doc” for many, passed away at his residence surrounded by many caring friends on May 15, 2021. Born March 9, 1950 in Flatbush, Brooklyn, he was the son of John and Marie (Emilio) Vallini. His parents preceded him. John graduated from Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute with …

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Desert Sun Wins 35 CNPA California Journalism Awards

Desert Sun reporters, editors and photojournalists won 35 awards – including eight first place awards – as part of California Journalism Award organized by the California News Publishers Association. Two first-place laurels went to environmental journalist Mark Olalde, who was recognized for both his salton sea blanket (in the Land …

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News from the Glen Rose community at a glance

Stephenson receives a scholarship from the Marks Foundation Glen Rose senior Abby Stephenson was awarded a $ 4,000 scholarship from the Dr. Roger E. Marks Healthcare Foundation by Angie Robertson, board member of the Marks Foundation, earlier this month. Stephenson plans to attend Lipscomb University in Nashville, where she will …

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Crates: photographer Rick Diamond

In 1971, Rod Stewart released an album titled “Every Picture Tells a Story”. Fifty years later, as I prepare these “From the Crates” articles, I’m trying to give you an idea of ​​what segments of the entertainment world looked like in the ’70s and’ 80s. Backstage with the stars I …

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Victoria L. Rogers 1957-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

ADVISOR – Ms. Victoria Lorraine Rogers, 64, made the transition to her heavenly abode on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at UPMC Passavant Hospital in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Rogers was born February 4, 1957 in Youngstown, daughter of Willie Lee Sr. and Baby Ruth Fulton Mabry. She graduated from South High School …

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Auditions set for new game readings

The Hillsdale County Community Theater Sauk has announced plans for its annual Plays-in-Development. Launched in 2015, “Plays-in-Development” is a unique project to help writers develop their scripts. Actors and directors work one-on-one with playwrights to learn what works and what doesn’t in their plays. During rehearsals, playwrights make changes to …

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New sports photography magazine planned

May 17, 2021 Michael Owen, who previously worked in a senior role for Canon and Panasonic / Lumix cameras, is now involved with a new sports photography magazine called 2POINT8. Financial support is sought from a Kickstarter campaign, so with only a few days to go, we caught up with …

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AIC student receives first place for sports photography

CHICOPEE / SPRINGFIELD – Chicopee resident and American International College (AIC) senior Kelly Shea received first place in the sports category of the 2020 College Pictures of the Year Photography Contest sponsored by the Boston Press Photographers Association (BPPA ). The winning photo featured an aerial view of a Hartford …

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