April 20, 2008

The Masters, Minus the Action

last week, over five days, i spent about 70 hours at Augusta National, hiking up the lush green hills with a 400mm and a 600mm, shooting The Masters.

a good golf photo generally includes action and a facial expression.
however, my edit from the tournament is actionless, and almost faceless.

although the majority of what i shot was action, the less obvious scenes piqued my interest.

i give you, The Masters, minus the action:


Tim said...

awesome pictures from the masters and i hate golf as a sport and as pictures.

btw - since when did kendall brinson have a blog? thanks for joining 1995.

Kendrick Brinson said...

timothy! thanks for welcoming me to the present. and for the props.

agreed. golf is not my cup of sparks.

shawn rocco said...

sweet stuff that sparks. yet these photos kick sparrrkesses ass.

Chris Detrick said...

Great stuff Kendrick. The collection of images have a great feel to them. I am looking forward to seeing more of your blog posts.

M. Scott Brauer said...

As I said on APAD, these are great. Although I've only been to a golf tournament once, and only for an hour, I can feel your pain...

Kendrick Brinson said...

shawn, does sparks pay you to endorse them? can you please hook this sister up?

chris, that means a lot coming from someone who actually enjoys/knows how to shoot sports. the masters was pretty cool, y'know, for being a golf tournament. but i was so relieved when it was over.
hope you and ashley are doing well. hopefully i'll actually meet you folks someday.