9/18/2015 Anderson vs. Bowie Football Game
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I photograph my son, Jordan, a senior baritone Section Leader, in an effort to document his time with the greatest organization he has ever been a part of. I don't mind if you share any photos you find of your OPE member on social media sites and emails as long as you leave my copyright watermark along the bottom of each image.
These images are optimized for viewing on-screen on your electronic devices -- they won't reproduce well in printed form because these JPG files are highly compressed and are of reduced resolution. If you would like prints, please contact me via email and I can handle any printing needs you have. Identify images by their captions. The caption includes the date/event/file number of each image. With that data I can identify your image among the thousands I'll shoot this year. Then tell me what size print you would like and if you need multiple prints of any image.I have decided to only print the Bowie OPE images on metallic paper from this point on. I produce contrasty, saturated color images, and high gloss, metallic paper reproduces that type image like nothing else. The problem is it costs twice as much, but it is worth the cost. There's a lost of driving involved as well, so I'm making amendations to pricing. I don't profit from providing you prints of the OPE, I'm just trying to recover costs.
4" x 6" = $6
5" x 7" = $9
8" x 10" & 8" x 12" = $12
11" x 14" & 11" x 16" & 11" x 17" = $17
12" x 12" & 12" x 18" = $20
I hand deliver your print orders to your home or by other arrangement.
For you technical types: I shoot with a Canon EOS 7D Mark II body; a Sigma EX DG 50-500mm f/4.5-6.3. (my APS-C size sensor effectively changes my lens's focal length to 80-800mm. I can single out and fill my image frame with any band/guard member on the field.) I shoot all my images in RAW format, so I have to spend hours processing everything I shoot into JPG images. I edit these images on a calibrated and profiled monitor. Your screen is not calibrated, so the colors, contrast, and exposure of my images won't look the same on your screens. If you were to print my image, you would see the image the way I edited it because all printers are calibrated to the same standard as my monitor. It takes me a few days to post my images after an event.
Note: click the DOWNLOAD icon under each image to save the full-size image onto your device. Maximum dimensions are 1920 pixels wide and 1200 pixels high. If you find all the scrolling tiresome, there is a Slideshow function you may use if you click the Slideshow button over to the right --->
The first 3 images in this gallery of Toney Burger Stadium are special because they are perfectly exposed images which is very difficult for cameras to do when there is such a broad range of light conditions as there is just before sunset. These three images are HDR images (High Dynamic Range). They are made from taking several images with a range of exposures, then combining them in my editing software so that every pixel in the image is optimally exposed. The result is very much like what your human visual system sees when it takes in the scene. It is decidedly not photographic looking, and this technique has many critics. I have always tried to show my audience how I see the world. It is, after all, my art, so here it is. Take it or leave it.