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The Friday before I left Illinois, I shot this photo story for Norman Einstein’s sports monthly.
I just want to say that shooting football is incredibly difficult. I only managed to shoot three photos all night of someone carrying the ball, and this was one of them. I think of all those photos in the sports section of the Chicago Tribune…and my hat goes off to them. My proverbial hat.
I shot a high school football game last Friday in Wheaton, Illinois. It was a pretty big game–the reigning state champions (Wheaton Warrenville South) v. their rivals (Wheaton Warrenville North). It was only the second football I’ve ever been to. I found the cheerleaders sort of fascinating.
The leaves are starting to change colors in Illinois.
I’m so happy to be out of Illinois for the next few weeks, because I have always found the suburbs very oppressive. As fond as I am of cars, this sort of landscaping is just very uninspiring.
After leaving Buenos Aires, I returned to the Midwest. One of my favorite things about Chicago is the El, the elevated train.
UncategorizedMay 16, 2010 1
I spent a week in Illinois before returning to The Dirty South. My parents are just getting weirder and more awesome as we speak. This is my dad, dressed head-to-toe in camouflage gear, performing surgery on his camera. Dad is a wildlife photographer, so he’ll dress up like this, and sometimes he’ll hide in the [...]