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fredag 31 januari 2014

Choosing the right position #2/World junior championship tear sheets

As i have blogged about earlier.
Sometimes choosing a different position than the other photographers can pay of really well. (You find that post here:
http://sportskjutaren.blogspot.se/2013/07/choosing-right-position.html).

During the World junior championship, we as photographers was first allowed to use the empty players booth.
Later on, out of some reason, IIHF, decided that we only was allowed to use the photographers booth.
It got so full with my colleagues, that i could hardly work from there.
So i decided to get up at a higher "spectators level", and not only to to that.
But to also walk over to the other side of the arena to get an even more different position.
A position that i was the only one to use.

First, the picture as i sent it to All Over Press.

Then how Expressen, (a major Swedish daily), used it the day after.

Overall, i had several of my photos published by Dagens Nyheter (also a major Swedish daily) on their web, only from the final i had 4 photos published.
So far it´s truly my biggest achievement in my career.









söndag 19 januari 2014

The picture that didn't work. (Icehockey HV71 - Brynäs).

Sometimes you think you have "the picture" from a game.
Like i thought with the first picture below yesterday.
After 2 periods in the game between HV71 and Brynäs. HV71 had a lead with 4-2.
Eric Christensen scored three goals a.k.a. "hat trick".
He is the guy that are shouting out his joy in "that picture".

In the third period Brynäs scored two goal.
And won the game after a penalty shoot out...





onsdag 1 januari 2014

Tack(le) - Thank You!

Tack is Swedish for "Thanks".



The year of 2013 was in many ways great to me.
I had the possibility to fulfill some of my dreams.

There are to many to give a personal thank you here.
All those that in any way participated at the Sports Shooter Academy X. Tha alumni, the faculty and the sponsors.
Those who helped me make the travel possible.

Lars Dareberg and Jonas Lindqvist for the workshop in Västerås, and all of the great people i met there.

Some people helped in a special way, and deserves a special thank you.
My wife, Tadzo Garzia, Robert Hanshhiro (Sports Shooter Academy) and the photo editor at All Over Press Sweden, Peter Almgren.