Nov. 4th, 2018 - Seahawks vs Chargers

Nov. 4th, 2018 - Seahawks vs Chargers

Today was another beautiful day for NFL photography in Seattle. Today’s assignment for USA Today Sports Images was to cover the Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Chargers. What was supposed to be a rainy day, turned out to be a beautiful fall day in Seattle with just enough sunlight that most photographers on the field stripped their jackets in exchange for long sleeve t-shirts. Hopefully we will be treated with a few more dry games in the coming weeks.

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Last MLS Soccer Assignment of the Season

Last MLS Soccer Assignment of the Season

This past Sunday night was my last MLS Soccer photo assignment of the season for USA Today Sports Images. Actually, it was only my second of the entire season due to my busy summer schedule.

By far one of my favorite sports to shoot is soccer. I think it’s a favorite because of the speed of the game. Football is a close second, but with football you still have downtime to think about the next play. Although guessing what the next football play will be is an entire different challenge.

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New Website Launched....Well....Kind of.

So the new site is live, but still lacking a lot of content.

For the past few years I had dedicated most of my time to my full time marketing/photography/video job. And during this time, my former website really was just a simple blog that was populated by my photography Instagram account.

So that excuse plus the fact that even after a year living in our new house, I still haven’t finished my office. Which means that I still haven’t unpacked most of my hard drives, I don’t have access to my portfolio and past images to populate this new website.

The good news is that I am just about done painting the office and installing everything I need to finally unpack said hard drives and update this….new website.

So in other words, stay tuned for more updates and photos that make the website seem that I have actually been capturing the work through my lens for the past few years.

Steven M Bisig