‘Through the Lens’ will appear once per week during the offseason. Packers team photographer Evan Siegle takes us inside his favorite shots from the 2016 season.
I’m All for Overexposure
I’m a big fan of white backgrounds and overexposure. You might say that using too much overexposure is breaking the rules of photography, I say it can be used to create some amazing results. Before the game in Atlanta, Week 8, I noticed that the players walked past a white concrete wall as they made their way to the field. I knew that the composition was going to be pretty cool because it had a cool vent, a concrete pillar and floor, and the chance of overexposing the image. The best part of the digital age is that you can shoot the scene, look at the image and then perfect it. I like this photo a lot due to the technique and look but I also like how the players are in stride as they walk to the field for battle. The focused look in
Sliver of Light
Shooting warm-ups can get pretty redundant but sometimes the sun can bail me out. Before the game in week 9, against the Indianapolis Colts, the sun did exactly that by casting a sliver of light across the field. Being that it was a chilly November day I think
For the Love of the Game
Sometimes you’re in the right spot at the right time. That’s pretty much what happened when I came across this priceless moment of a youngster and