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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.

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Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No.31 on Dortmund v Munich

Jan 25 • 25:40
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 ga...

Andrew D. Bernstein on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast #30

Nov 23 • 01:29:43
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...

Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018

Nov 1 • 51:28
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 t...

World Allround Champs on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast No. 28

Jun 10 • 15:57
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 fo...

Tennis Paris Masters 2017 on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast #27

Jun 1 • 50:41
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...

Europa League Final Stockholm 2017 on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast

Apr 1 • 21:17
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 ...

Confederations Cup 2017 on the Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast

Feb 8 • 01:06:35
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 w...

Cameron J Spencer on Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast

Nov 13 • 01:29:38
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 o...

Tony Duffy on the Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast Part 2

Jul 14 • 50:59
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...

Tony Duffy on the Sports Photography Philosophy Podcast Part 1

Jul 2 • 54:24
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 ...

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