23 Hours, 3 Sports, 1 Mascot, 1 Community Program, & 1 Landscape – by Randy Sartin

Randy Sartin

Knoxville, TN-based photographer Randy Sartin had 6 shoots in 23 hours for the University of the Cumberlands.

Some of you may know that I have been doing a lot of work with the fine folks at the University Of The Cumberlands multimedia office, and I have to say it’s keeping me on my toes! We photographed for the admissions department last week, next week we have two days of shooting for The Cumberland Inn, and I can’t even begin to describe how many athletic events we are covering

Last Friday and Saturday were pretty cool, we first did some special stuff with their mascot, Patriot Pride, then it was off to Volleyball for the evening. Got an early start Saturday with the Mountain Outreach program, followed by a landscape shot of the campus, then a swim meet, and last but not least a tennis meet.

So the whole point of this post is this, photographing for an University can require a LOT of different skills and the ability to work really fast at certain times. And yeah, I’m lovin’ it Here’s an image for each of the 6 “events”, 23 hours from start to finish.

See more photos on Randy’s blog.

Randy Sartin

Randy Sartin

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