This weekend marked our second annual Carolina Photojournalism Sports Workshop, during which 23 students teamed up with a great team of pros to shoot Triangle-area sports. Students spent the weekend shooting high school and college football, college basketball and professional hockey. Awards were given for best feature, action and reaction as well as best sports package. View winning images
Congrats to all the winners.
Best in Show: Jessica Fuller
Best Action: Emma Patti
Best Reaction: Jessica Fuller
Best Feature: Chris Carmichael
Best Sports Package: Chris Carmichael
Thanks again to all the coaches: Ted Richardson (Raleigh News & Observer), Ethan Hyman (Raleigh News & Observer), Grant Halverson (Elon University/Getty Images), Kevin Cox (Getty Images Sport), Jeff Camarati (UNC-Chapel Hill), Chris Seward (Raleigh News & Observer),
Photos by Emma Patti (top) and Chris Carmichael (left).
Ice is removed only twice a year at Raleigh’s RBC Center — for the Circus and at the end of the hockey season. All other events that occur during hockey season, including monster truck rallies, take place on top of the ice, which is protected by thick layers of fiberglass and, in some cases, plywood. This timelapse, produced by CPJ senior Galen Clarke, shows us just how much manpower goes into making the switch from basketball to hockey.
Behind the play of star forward Tyler Hansbrough, the Tar Heels enter ACC play unbeaten at 14-0 and on top of all the college basketball polls. The expectations were high when Hansbrough opted to return for the 2007-2008 season, and thus far, the junior hasn’t disappointed. He has seven consecutive 20-point games going into Sunday’s game against Clemson and is nearly averaging a double-double. Recently, the quintessential Big Man on Campus agreed to allow Carolina Photojournalism a glimpse into his life.
Given that judging was so difficult, especially in the action category, we’ve decided to showcase more photos from the first annual Carolina Photojournalism Sports Workshop. While they didn’t receive any awards, these images made it to the final stages of judging and represent some fine work. Great workshop everybody.
The photojournalism department held its first annual sports workshop from November 2-4. The workshop paired students with accomplished professionals to cover Triangle sports ranging from high school football to professional hockey. Each student came out of the workshop with two sports packages and a new appreciation for the demands of sports photography. Click here to view the winners.
Special thanks to the following professionals, who dedicated their time, knowledge and even their gear to this year’s workshop: