Compositions of all sorts can emerge
‘Through the Lens’ will appear once per week during the offseason. Packers team photographer Evan Siegle deconstructs some of his favorite images from the 2017 season. Each week will offer a new photo gallery of some of his best photos from the past season.
Searching for abstracts
When I’m not photographing the team I’m usually photographing something else around the stadium, which could be anything from an event at Titletown or a function inside the Atrium. When I have down time, I try to wander around the grounds, or even inside the stadium, in search of something abstract or visually appealing. Sometimes I find a worthy photo and other times I leave with a good idea for a future composition. One idea I revisited was photographing the giant Packers logo located at the south end zone roof deck. I thought the giant “G” would look pretty cool with an interesting sky. In the end it made for a nice graphical image. This image was shot with a 24mm lens (ISO = 400, Aperture = f2.8, Shutter = 1/1000th).
I have a game-day routine for covering games, especially on the road. Once our bus arrives…