Shooting the Super Bowl and the Olympics
February 19 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Brought to IEPPV by Canon | Image courtesy of Peter Read Miller | This is a Level 1 event
The details of this General Meeting have been updated.
Want to learn the behind the scenes of photographing the Super Bowl or the Olympics? Brought to IEPPV by Canon, this month’s guest speaker, one of Canon’s “Explorers of Light” Peter Read Miller, will share the details.
Peter will also have with him Canon’s newest flagship camera, the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III—You won’t want to miss it!
Sneak Peek: Catch Peter Read Miller at f64 Live 2020! Tickets will be available soon.
About Peter Read Miller
Canon’s “Explorers of Light,” Peter Read Miller, has been photographing athletes, events, and the sporting life for more than 40 years. During his 35 years as a staff and contract photographer for Sports Illustrated, his images appeared on over 100 covers. His editorial clients have included: Time, Life, People, Money, The Associated Press, Playboy, and many more.
In addition to covering 9 Olympic Games and 41 Super Bowls, Peter has shot 14 NBA Finals. He has also covered the Stanley Cup Finals, the World Series, the Kentucky Derby, the NCAA Basketball Final Four, and the Men’s and Women’s World Cup Soccer Finals.
Sample of Work
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