Story   Photographer   Editor   Student/Intern   Assistant   Job/Item
Educate Yourself / Photojournalism


Contents:
 Front Page
 Member Index
 Latest Headlines
 'Fun Pix'
 Message Board
 Educate Yourself
 Equipment Profiles
 Bookshelf
 my.SportsShooter
 Classified Ads
 Workshop
Contests:
 Monthly Clip Contest
 Annual Contest
 Rules/Info
Newsletter:
 Current Issue
 Back Issues
 Subscribe
Members:
 Members Area
 "The Guide"
 Join
About Us:
 About SportsShooter
 Contact Us
 Terms & Conditions


Sign in:
Members log in here with your user name and password to access the your admin page and other special features.

Name:



Password:






Game Faces: A Collection of Our Greatest Baseball Portraits
Title | Game Faces: A Collection of Our Greatest Baseball Portraits
Author | The Sporting News
Type | Book
Rating | 10
Notes | Life at The Sporting News began in 1886, and baseball has long been our life blood. Though photographs, especially baseball photographs, did not appear in the publication until 1902, we still gathered them, collected them, cherished them. We look at them now, as we pass them in our work space, as we comb through hundreds of thousands of images filed away in our research center, and the memories always resurface. Game Faces is a glimpse of the game outside the white lines, candid, engaging and revealing images and portraits of players before their prime, in their prime and after their prime. It is a collection of some of the game's greatest names, some of the game's most cherished names, and some of the game's most obscure names. In Game Faces, you'll come face-to-face with a youthful Ted Williams, a brutish Frank Thomas, an aging Babe Ruth. You'll come eye-to-eye with a thoughtful Pedro Martinez, a menacing Randy Johnson, a determined Kerry Wood. Game Faces captures baseball from before-they-were-stars photographs, from Bob Feller to Albert Pujols, to ambassadors of the game, from Tommy Lasorda to Max Patkin to some of the Negro League's greatest stars.
Purchase/Additonal Info |  http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0892046635

|| Member Feedback   [add your comments]
Chris VanKat Student/Intern / Photographer
Lincoln | NE | USA
Comments | [07/31/06] This is not only a great book filled with amazing baseball portraits, but is also a great place to learn how to photograph athletes. These pictures are not only interesting because they are of famous people, but also because the photographers found a way to spotlight each players character. This is a great book.
Rating | 10

Brad Mangin Photographer
Pleasanton | CA | USA
Comments | [11/26/02] This great book combines some of the classic Charles Conlon portraits with terrific contemporary portraits shot mostly by TSN staff photographers Albert Dickson and Robert Seale, whose portrait of Pedro Martinez graces the cover. This book brings out more than just the stars of baseball. There is the wonderful series of portraits of "The Clown Prince of Baseball" Max Patkin, photographed by Albert Dickson in 1996. You will also find a nice series of Negro League stars spread out over 12 pages by Dickson. All in all this book is a must for baseball fans. The simplicity of Conlon's available light black and white work contrasted with the well-lit color portraits by Seale and Dickson make this book something very special. Long-time baseball fan and book critic Michael Zagaris calls "Game Faces" the book of the year.
Rating | 10

[add your comments]

Return to ->> Bookshelf Main Index

What happened when Tony Gonzalez met Mickey Pfleger? Crazy stuff! ::..