â€śThe Art Ofâ€ť columnist, Jared Wickerham, is a freelance sports photographer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania covering high school, college, and professional sporting events such as the US Open, NHL Winter Classic, AFC Championship Game, and the World Series.
His freelance clients include Getty Images, The New York Times, and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Hockey News, and his corporate clients include DirecTV, The Pittsburgh Pirates, Coca-Cola, Macyâ€™s, and The University of Pittsburgh.
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The best camera in my arsenal usually accompanies my 400 when covering most sporting events. To get in tight, I may also attach my 1.4x TC to my 400 as well for the extra reach. There are always plenty of intense moments within a scrum.
- 1D Mark III
I typically pair my Mark III with my 70-200 slung around my shoulder as a second body for action that may not fit within the frame of a 400. In football or soccer itâ€™s perfect for most scores and celebrations.
- 1D Mark II
Depending on the sporting event, it is either my third body that hangs around with neck to cover any action that happens right in front of me with a 24-70 (football, baseball, hockey) or setup as a remote camera (basketball). The 17-40 is great for those wide stadium overalls, the end-of-game coachâ€™s handshake, or any other great on-field jubilation.
– Pocket Wizard Multimax (set of 2) and a pre-release cable
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