March 12 – 15, 2018
“Nothing makes the spirit soar quite like seeing an athlete in peak form, and the world of sports offers a rich visual and emotional tapestry for any photographer. Capturing images of sports in motion requires a quick eye, keen sense of timing, technical skills and reflexes and most importantly a sensitivity to the rhythms of the game. In this four day workshop, Join Adam Stoltman, a 30 year veteran sports photographer who has covered 12 Olympics and is also a former Sports Illustrated and New York Times photography editor, for a hands on workshop in shooting sports. Each day we will focus on a new sporting event with the goal of improving your skills and understanding of the craft. In the field sessions will be followed by in class review and discussion. You will emerge from the experience energized and possessing new found understanding of how to capture the action, passion and discipline of sports.”
Adam Stoltman has been a photographer and editor for over 30 years.
His photographic work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, LIFE, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, New York, Stern, Paris Match and a host of other publications in the United States and Europe. He has covered twelve Olympic Games, thirteen Wimbledon Championships, twenty United States Opens, and most major sporting events, some as a photographer and others as an editor. While Deputy Picture Editor for Feature Photography at Sports Illustrated, Adam helped oversee the expansion of the visual element for all feature stories by working closely with editors and photographers to develop longer term projects and concepts. He is also a former Sports Picture Editor at the New York Times, and Picture Editor on the New York Times Sunday Magazine.