Tuesday Morning Diversion—the 100 Greatest Sports Photos of all Time

Posted by Kendall Harmon

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Posted January 29, 2013 at 6:12 am [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. Archer_of_the_Forest wrote:

What in world is with picture 67? A fish swallowing a a fish? Which of these is not like the others?

January 29, 9:16 am | [comment link]
2. Emerson Champion wrote:

Anyone can take a photo, but these rise above the mere snapshot and reach the sublime. It’s the human story that each of these photos tell that makes them so compelling.

January 29, 10:09 am | [comment link]
3. Archer_of_the_Forest wrote:

As an amateur baseball historian, look particularly at the older baseball photography, particularly the black and white ones. That was the era that allowed press photographers to stand in foul territory while the game was being played, fairly close to the action. They would never allow this these days. You will notice the perspective is field level. They just can’t photography action shots like that anymore, even with telephoto lenses, because they don’t allow press on the field during the game. (They’d get in the way of the TV cameras).

January 29, 10:14 am | [comment link]
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