Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast

Synopsis

Professional Sports Photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos from Getty Images speaks to colleagues from around the world on the Photography Philosophy Podcast. He finds out more about their past and present careers and talk all things sports photography.

Episodes

  • Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No.31 on Dortmund v Munich

    Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No.31 on Dortmund v Munich

    25/01/2019 Duration: 25min

    Todays show is one my late but great boss who we lost in 2018, the legend Steve Rose use to call Meat and Potato’s. This is as close to regular shooting job a sports photographer like me has, a football slash soccer league match though this one is a little more special, so maybe we can add some gravy to this one hey Steve, as it’s a Bundesliga or German Football league game between the two giants in Germany, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Its in the shorter show so more suited for you millennials out there who have no patience. I kid of course. I am recording this intro from small city outside of called Arequipa in their Air Force base in Peru where I will be covering the Dakar Rally for the next weeks, as I have shot a week already, so sorry for the sound quality on this and the outro. I will record some bits from here so will be doing my second podcast on this event, my favourite yet hardest assignment I have covered. Back to this show, I speak about the fans, working conditions at this ground I

  • Andrew D. Bernstein on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast #30

    Andrew D. Bernstein on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast #30

    23/11/2018 Duration: 01h29min

    Todays fantastic guest is Andrew Bernstein, who not only is one of the longest serving NBA photographers, not only is he the Director of Photography for Staples Center, home to the LA Lakers, LA Clippers, LA Kings and hosted every top musician you could name, not only is he recent Hall of Fame inductee, not only he is only the second photographer to ever be recognized with the prestigious Curt Gowdy Media Award he is the LA Lakers team photographer and has worked closely with players from Magic Johnson to LeBron James. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adbphotoinc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ADBPhotoInc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ADBPhotoInc Website: http://www.adbapi.com Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/Mamba-Mentality-How-Play/dp/0374201234/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1541615054&sr=8-1&keywords=mamba+mentality+kobe+book Podcast, Legends of Sport: https://www.podcastone.com/legends-of-sport-with-andrew-d-bernstein Andy D as he is sometimes known has partnered with retired NBA legend, Kob

  • Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018

    Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018

    01/11/2018 Duration: 51min

    Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 29. Today’s show is a special one for me. This was my first experience in Australia as a photographer for Getty Images. I spent 3 weeks working The Commonwealth Games held in the glorious Australian state of Queensland for Gold Coast 2018. For those not familiar with this event, it’s a multi-sport event in the similar vein as the Summer Olympics except the only countries that can compete are members states of the British Commonwealth. In the next hour, you will hear a pre-event photographers brief prior to the weightlifting, working with Clive Rose and new Nikon ambassador, Quinn Rooney in an outdoor pool bathed in Queensland sunshine, transmitting to editors in the media centre, shooting beach volleyball, badminton, gymnastic, track cycling, hockey and table tennis to name a few. I will also run through the positives and negatives of shooting a new sport each day and of course it wouldn’t be me if I didn’t get distracted and go on the occasional rant. Just a n

  • World Allround Champs on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 28

    World Allround Champs on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 28

    10/06/2018 Duration: 15min

    Todays is another one of the short and (you decide) sweets shows where you will hear about my experiences working at the Speed Skating World Allround Championships in the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium. When the sports calendar came out for 2018, this is one event which I was really looking forward too and as you will hear, it didn’t disappoint. I run through what I looked for, the working conditions, the differences between this and other speed skating events I have shot as well. I hope you enjoy the, Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast! Here are some links for feedback. I love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper and #AllSportSnapper on Instagram

  • Tennis Paris Masters 2017 on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast #27

    Tennis Paris Masters 2017 on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast #27

    01/06/2018 Duration: 50min

    Todays show you will hear about my experiences working at the Rolex Masters tennis tournament in Paris. From start to finish you will get a break-down of how I shot the event, what I look for and what is expected from me for our live client image needs as well as the occasional tangent. I also squeezed in a Champions League football match between PSG and Anderlecht on one of the nights. I hope you enjoy the, Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast!

  • Europa League Final Stockholm 2017 on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast

    Europa League Final Stockholm 2017 on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast

    01/04/2018 Duration: 21min

    Todays show is nice short one with just a few recordings from my experience working at the friends arena in Stockholm at the 2017 Europa League Final. As usual, I mention remotes, how colleagues Julian Finney and Mike Hewitt got on and even some delightful comments from my great friend Alex Grimm. Nothing more to add or the intro will be longer than the show, I hope you enjoy my ramblings in the, Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast! Here are some links for feedback. I love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper and #AllSportSnapper on Instagram

  • Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No.25

    Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No.25

    08/02/2018 Duration: 01h06min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper has an open discussion about working and sending images from the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia. This 25th episode will provide some behind the scenes insight of the matches and its build up and what goes into making it a success both personally and making sure the clients get the images they want on time. I hope you enjoy my ramblings. Here are some links for feedback. I love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper and #AllSportSnapper on Instagram

  • Photography Philosophy Podcast No.24

    Photography Philosophy Podcast No.24

    13/11/2017 Duration: 01h29min

    Getty Images photographer at the top of his game with various international awards but my main reason for this chat is that this Australian took one of the most iconic images from the 2016 Olympic games. You will know the famous smiling Usain Bolt image taken by Mr. Cameron J Spencer. Sydney based, his work has graced global publications for over a decade and the years of hard work exploded last year with two images that made a splash with websites, magazines and social media. A unique position for a sports photographer. We chat about how it all began, his transition from Getty office to Getty snapper, working at the major events, drones, becoming a celebrity and much much more. I hope you enjoy the, Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast! FInd out more about Cam on www.cameronjspencer.com @cjspencois on all social media Many thanks!

  • Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No.23

    Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No.23

    14/07/2017 Duration: 50min

    Todays show is part two of the two-part special with Tony Duffy, the man who started the sports photography industry with the iconic Bob Beamon photo smashing the long jump world record at the 1968 Mexico Olympics. If you have not heard to episode 22, then please stop here and go back and have a listen as in the next minute, we will continue from the half way point of our chat. We continue where we left off about shooting the Olympics in 1984, getting motorbikes to pick up film and run them to get developed through the streets of LA, working with iconic athlete of the 80's American sprinter Flo Jo, the original camera and lens that started the sports photography industry, The Allsport transition to Getty Images and we finish with the passion for sports photography still going strong with many legends still in the game and much much more. hope you enjoy the conversation. Here are some links for feedback. We love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper a

  • Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 22

    Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 22

    02/07/2017 Duration: 54min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper has an open discussion with the man that started the sports photography industry. This show is one of a two part special. I want to emphasise the word special on this show as my guest is the man who started the sports photography industry back in 1968. The now iconic image from the Mexico Olympics of Bob Beamon smashing the world record in the long jump shot by the one and only, Tony Duffy. A keen amateur photographer at time this image was the very beginning of the sport photography industry as we know it today. We speak about that photo the began it all, starting an agency from scratch, we mention some legends of the sports photography industry with some still in the game, shooting the Olympics in the 70s and 80s then becoming the Official Photographers in 1984, how the Paparazzi after the Death of Princess Diana affected the sports photographers at the time, making a photographer the photo chief at major events which changed the a

  • Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 21

    Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 21

    17/06/2017 Duration: 18min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper has an open discussion about working and sending images from the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final in Milan, Italy. This 21st episode will provide some behind the scenes insight of the match and its build up and what goes into making it a success both personally and making sure the clients get the images they want on time. I hope you enjoy the conversation. Here are some links for feedback. We love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper and #AllSportSnapper on Instagram

  • Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 20

    Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 20

    29/05/2017 Duration: 01h08min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper has an open discussions with the world’s best sports photographers. This 20th episode is a conversation with friend and colleague, Dutch Sports Photographer, Eric Verhoeven, from how he began his career in the early 90s, to starting his own football photography agency not once but on three separate occasions, how shooting good stock images got his company going, processing film in the old Ajax stadium, looking at a new untapped market which had never crossed my tiny mind, how English photographer Ben Radford stole his passport and maybe ending with two oldish men complaining about social media, I hope you enjoy the conversation. Here are his links www.soccratesimages.com eric@soccratesimages.com www.instagram.com/soccratesimages/ twitter.com/soccratesimages We love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper and #AllSportSnapper on Instagram

  • Photography Philosophy Podcast No.19

    Photography Philosophy Podcast No.19

    02/05/2017 Duration: 39min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper speaks openly about covering one of the world’s best and largest football soccer tournaments in the world. This 19th episode will provide some behind the scenes insight of the European Championships in France 2016. Its a bit slow in its release but you will hear a small sample of the though process and success or failure of the images intended and images obtained after each match. I hope you enjoy the conversation. Here are some links for feedback. We love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper and #AllSportSnapper on Instagram

  • Photography Philosophy Podcast No.18

    Photography Philosophy Podcast No.18

    01/11/2016 Duration: 44min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper has an open discussions with the world’s best sports photographers. This 18th episode is with, Dennis Grombkowski, a young German Sports Photographer, with a bit of a difference. Instead of talking about past glory and what dreams lay ahead to be fulfilled, this time our conversation is about someone leaving the sports photography industry. We discuss what could make a young, talented and driven sports photographer leave the known shores of sports to head out to sea searching for new challenges. You will also hear about how he got his foot in the door at Getty then getting to work straight away with living legend and former guest Al Bello, working at The French Open with the King of Tennis Clive Brunskill and the Crown Prince, Julian Finney, working at the Paralympics and the great and not so great things about being a sports photographer. I hope you enjoy the conversation. Here are his links http://www.dennisgrombkowski.com/ https:

  • Photography Philosophy Podcast No.17

    Photography Philosophy Podcast No.17

    06/10/2016 Duration: 29min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper speaks about his weekend shooting the Bayern Munich Football team celebration weekend in May 2016. Crowned as champions they received their trophy on the pitch, then had a dinner for the players and their families and last a Trophy day for the fans in the heart of Munich city centre. This is a short show on how it worked and how he got the shots he did. I hope you enjoy the show. We love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allsportsnapper.com or on Twitter @allsportsnapper and #AllSportSnapper on Instagram

  • Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 16

    Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 16

    24/06/2016 Duration: 01h24min

    Getty Images sports photographer, Dean Mouhtaropoulos or Allsportsnapper has an open discussions with one of the world’s best sports photographers, Russell Cheyne or Rusty to most that know him, who works for Reuters, one of the worlds leading news agency’s. Discussing many things like when he started in the business by earing £6 an image for local paper, he gives a great tip for staying awake shooting test cricket, why rugby makes better images than football or soccer, how the shooting best players in the world being put in difficult situations make great sports images, Rugby Great and All Black Legend Jonah Lomu at the world cup in South Africa gets more than one mention, practicing manual focus on a 400mm on cars from the traffic lights and how a little knowledge of the athletes can go a long way to getting a great celebration. I hope you enjoy the conversation. You can find him at https://twitter.com/RussellCheyne and http://russellcheyne.com/ We love Sports Photography....Enjoy! My site: www.allspo

  • Photo Philosophy Podcast #15 Dakar Rally 2 of 2

    Photo Philosophy Podcast #15 Dakar Rally 2 of 2

    29/05/2016 Duration: 01h01min

    Allsportsnapper / Dean Mouhtaropoulos, Getty Images Sport photographer, speaks openly about working at the Dakar Rally which ran through Argentina and Bolivia in January 2016. Here you will hear about how its shot, the equipment use, the people who make it happen, the travel between photo points and all the chaos in between. Enjoy! Links www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxQ5WiTh1…&feature=youtu.be twitter.com/GettySport/status/735507387734450177 www.gettyimages.co.uk/photos/dakar-r…ly&sort=newest www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-ph…hoto/504210666 www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-ph…hoto/504197182 www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-ph…hoto/503909442 www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-ph…hoto/503907142 We love Sports Photography....Enjoy! www.allsportsnapper.com Twitter @allsportsnapper

  • Photo Philosophy Podcast #14 Dakar Rally 1 of 2

    Photo Philosophy Podcast #14 Dakar Rally 1 of 2

    20/05/2016 Duration: 01h01min

    Allsportsnapper / Dean Mouhtaropoulos, Getty Images Sport photographer, speaks openly about working at the Dakar Rally which ran through Argentina and Bolivia in January 2016. Here you will hear about how its shot, the equipment use, the people who make it happen, the travel between photo points and all the chaos in between. Enjoy! Links https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxQ5WiTh1xQ&feature=youtu.be https://twitter.com/GettySport/status/735507387734450177 http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/photos/dakar-rally?excludenudity=false&family=editorial&events=600468337&page=1&phrase=dakar%20rally&sort=newest http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/spectator-pictured-with-an-argentinian-flag-plays-a-erke-or-news-photo/504210666 http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/marek-dabrowski-of-poland-and-jacek-czachor-of-poland-in-news-photo/504197182 http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/robby-gordon-of-the-united-states-of-america-and-kellon-news-photo/503909442 http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/ne

  • Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 13

    Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 13

    18/04/2016 Duration: 01h10min

    Allsportsnapper / Dean Mouhtaropoulos, Getty Images Sport photographer, has an open discussion on all things sports photography with guest, Francois Wieringa. A self employed Dutch Photographer with many skills but know as Long Track Speed Skating specialist. An experienced sports photographer who now travels the world following the fastest athletes on the planet in the long track format. Even though he classifies himself as the only speed skating specialist on the tour, you will hear throughout this interview that his skills are not just with a long lens. We speak about shooting film on Fuji cameras, the race to the bottom for photographer’s prices, the international fan base of speed skating, creating video content with 360 views, Virtual reality gets its first mention in the podcast and as you will here with his career experience we take a slight deviation and talk about the future of the image making industry as a whole. I hope you enjoy the conversation. Links https://www.facebook.com/wieringaphotog

  • Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 12

    Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 12

    18/03/2016 Duration: 01h14min

    Allsportsnapper / Dean Mouhtaropoulos, Getty Images Sport photographer, has an open discussion on all things sports photography with special guest, Vladimir Rys, the Award winning Photographer, Formula One specialist and my mate. We answer questions from some listeners, from tips on shooting new sports, carrying heavy gear, not playing safe and taking risks for different images, protecting and cleaning your kit and handy items to always have in your camera bag. I hope you enjoy the conversation. If you have not listened to it already go back and listen to episode no. 7 to hear more from Vlad and see his amazing work, on www.vladimirrys.com or Twitter: vladimirrys Instagram: Vladimir Rys Facebook: Vladimir Rys http://fstopgear.com/staffpro/vladimir-rys Some gear we mention: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cwv_1BnebN4 https://www.thinktankphoto.com/collections/airport-series/products/airport-international-v2-0 https://www.thinktankphoto.com/collections/speed-convertibles/products/speed-racer-v2 We love Sp

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