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Brad Mangin is a freelance sports photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His regular clients include Sports Illustrated and Major League Baseball Photos. After graduating from San Jose State University he worked for several newspapers, including The National Sports Daily (where he was hired by Neil Leifer), before starting to freelance in 1993. Mangin has covered every World Series since 2000 for Major League Baseball, and regularly covers spring training in Arizona for Sports Illustrated. Mangin is a founding partner and managing editor of SportsShooter.com, an online community and resource for sports photographers and other working photojournalists. Manginâ€™s first book â€śWorth The Waitâ€ť was published in March of 2011. â€śWorth The Waitâ€ť is the official commemorative book of the San Francisco Giants 2010 World Series season featuring Manginâ€™s photographs from spring training through the final out of the World Series.
San Francisco Bay Area based sports photographer Brad Mangin shot the San Francisco Giants World Series ring ceremony.
San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin covered the 2013 World Baseball Classic for Sports Illustrated.
San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin just added a new batch of old scans to his archives.
San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin shares photos of the first Super Bowl he ever shot.
Professional sports photographer Brad Mangin responds to the recent turmoil around Instagram’s Terms of Service after adopting the platform this past year and publishing a book of his Instagram photos.Â
Lauren Margolis of PhotoShelter discusses Getty’s licensing model with photographers Brad Mangin and Shannon Fagan.
San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin shares photos of baseball player Buster Posey, who’s been named the 2012 National League Most Valuable Player.