The sports industry has changed a lot in the last 12 months. For the NFL Photo Team, attending games, covering events and creating visual content looks quite different than it did in years past – and their workflow has evolved.
Now, they’re reflecting on the changing industry, updates to their photo workflow and how they covered this year’s draft, in our next “Ask Me Anything” conversation.
Join us Wednesday, May 5, at 12pm ET to hear from Ben Liebenberg, Director of Photography/Lead Photographer at the NFL and two NFL photographers, Logan Bowles and Todd Rosenberg.
Get all your questions answered, whether you’re curious about the process of photographing the 2021 draft, their go-to game day gear, or behind the scenes stories from a year in sports that looked like no other.
Ben Liebenberg is a 4-time Emmy award winning, Los Angeles based photographer. Photography has always been his number one passion. What began as a hobby at a young age, quickly became his career. His passion and drive have allowed Ben to travel the world. For the last 14 years, Ben has worked for the National Football League as the Director of Photography and Lead Photographer. He has covered and managed the imaging of hundreds of games and professional media events, including many Super Bowls.
Todd Rosenberg has been recognized among the top sports and entertainment photographers for more than 30 years. A native of Chicago, his impressive client list contains some of the most distinguished sports and entertainment organizations including the NFL, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Hubbard Street Dance, Carnegie Hall, Juilliard School, Charlotte Ballet, Levity Entertainment, and the Second City. In addition, his work has been seen nationally through advertising campaigns and editorial publications, including a 24 year career with Sports Illustrated which included over 15 covers.
Logan Bowles is a freelance commercial and sports photographer who is currently based in Jacksonville, Florida. Logan is experienced in making impactful images on tight deadlines and has worked on assignment around the United States and abroad. For the last six seasons, Logan has worked as a contracted photographer for the NFL Photo department, covering assignments that have given him a front row seat to some of the biggest stars and moments in the game.
Behind the Scenes at the NFL Draft with the NFL Photo Team is written by Yoav B. Guttman for stories.photoshelter.com