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Canon Professional Services CPS had a pre-release Canon 5Ds at the French Open. I borrowed it late one day when it looked likely Tsonga was going to win an epic match on centre court. I wanted a loose shot with the crowd celebrating with Tsonga and CPS had a 100mm 2.8L lens that could do justice to […]

Selection of photos. More here.

Making some preparations for the Australian Open. In the social media era, posting updates to twitter is becoming part of the captioning process. Here is the list of twitter names of the top-ranked women players at the start of 2015. (WTA rank) (1) Serena Williams @serenawilliams (2) Maria Sharapova @MariaSharapova (3) Simona Halep @simona_halep (4) […]

Making some preparations for the Australian Open. In the social media era, posting updates to twitter is becoming part of the captioning process. Here is the list of twitter names of the top-ranked male players at the start of 2015. (ATP rank) (1) Novak Djokovic @DjokerNole (2) Roger Federer @rogerfederer (3) Rafael Nadal @RafaelNadal (4) Stanislas Wawrinka […]

Selected photos from the weekend’s match

A few images from the 2014 Test series between the Australian Wallabies and France in Australia. Australia def France 6-0 in the second test claiming the 3 test series.

This is my third Ironman event. Covering the swim at the start is easy, but getting the bike leg without having access to a motor bike is more difficult. at least this year I managed to get some photos at the turn around point. Full gallery here.

Here’s a selection of my published images from the 2014 Australian Open. You can scroll through them here.

Selected photos from the match. More at zumapress.com

Here are some photos from the second week.

I’m covering the Open for Cal Sport again this year. Here’s a selection of photos from the first week of the 2014 Australian Open. Most of these were shot with the Canon 200-400mm, a terrific one-lens solution for sports, and some with the 600mm on a Canon 1D X body.

Here are some selected photos from the A-League and W-League in 2013. More to come in 2014.

As the professional season starts, the winter semi-pro season ends. Here are some photos of a tense women’s final where the winners kicked the winner in the 94th minute, 30 seconds before the final whistle. You can guess which team won.

The Australian professional soccer league – A-League – starts. Unfortunately the season in Melbourne started with a nil-all draw. But here are some pics that are more behind the scenes than peak action:

Shot the British and Irish Lions v the Australian Wallabies last week. Record crowd and intense atmosphere led to some pretty strong images. More images here.

After shooting the Australian Socceroos team in Melbourne after their emphatic win over Jordan and Lucas Neill scoring his first goal after 91 caps for Australia, one can only feel that this will probably be the last time Melburnians will see some of the stars that have given so much to Australia. I think these […]

This year’s ironman started an hour or so later than 2012 which meant there was better light to capture the start. More pics here.

A selection of my images from the F1. More here.

At last, a soccer match that’s not in the mid afternoon sun. Here are some photos from Round 24 at AAMI Park

It’s that time of the year again and I’m covering the Australian Grand Prix for the third time. Day One sees no F1 cars on the track but there’s a bit of behind the scenes preparation including the driver portraits. Here are some behind the scenes. You can see the images here and on Corbis.

Shot yesterday’s A-League match with the 1D C (which is apparently a 1D X with video) and a 400mm. Very happy with the result. Images are different to the Nikon D4 – the JPEGs don’t have as much detail or latitude to tweak as the D4 but the RAW files seem to have more dynamic […]

I shot my third Australian Open for Cal Sport Media. Images are here. My images also wound up on their partners’ sites: Associated Press AP, Belga News Agency, ZUMApress, Newscom, Newspix, and Sipa Press. Looking forward to 2014.

And finally: Day 14 Day 13 Day 12

Shooting my third Australian Open. Here are some highlights and a recap of the first eleven days. Enjoy! Day 11 Day 10 Day 9 Day 8 Day 7 Day 6 Day 5 Day 4 Day 3 Day 2 Day 1