CHARLOTTE – When I joined the Panthers as the team photographer this summer, there were certain things I knew I’d be doing.
Shooting games, practices and team events. Working with players and coaches to frame them in their highest, and sometimes lowest, points. Getting to engage with the larger Panthers community, . . .
I was not expecting to work with Panthers legend and all-time great linebacker Thomas Davis on the finer points of ISO and shutter speed.
But that was an exciting new part during a couple of the final home games of this season.
Once the game started, Thomas discovered a difficulty of shooting in late winter conditions: changing light. As the game went on, the sun shifted and we had to change a number of our settings to keep frames looking crisp and not too dark or blown out.