Steve Boyle

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Currently residing on the East Coast, Steve Boyle< travels the country to create compelling imagery for advertising and editorial clients. When working with athletes he strives to capture their physicality, intensity, and inherent competitiveness. Steve attended the University of Missouri and received a degree in photojournalism. Before beginning his freelancing career, he spent a year as an assistant & lighting tech for Sports Illustrated and briefly held a desk job as a photo editor at a fitness magazine. His favorite pastime is sitting around a campfire and devouring a bag of peanut M&Ms.

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Photo Brigade’s Top 10 Posts of 2013

top 10 posts of 2013

We’ve had a lot of great contributors in 2013, so once again we thought it’d be fun to take a look back at our most popular contributions. Not surprisingly, the posts about gear are still the most popular! So take a peek through our top 10 posts from 2013!

Photo Brigade Podcast #26 with Steve Boyle

Steve Boyle

On this episode Robert chats with sports photographer and portraitist Steve Boyle.

Photo Brigade Holiday Photo Gift Guide 2013

Holiday Photo Gift Guide 2013

It’s that time of the year again! Time to make your photographic gift list in hopes that Santa will bring you everything your camera bag desires. Also, it’s a great time to get your last-minute shopping in before the end of the year so you can deduct the purchases on your taxes!

In My Bag – by Steve Boyle

Steve Boyle's gear

Photographer Steve Boyle shares the contents of his camera bag.

More Than Meets the Eye – by Steve Boyle


Photographer Steve Boyle describes how life as a sporting photographer for clients like ESPN can flip your life and schedule upside-down and how it’s a business relationship built on trust. He also shares the gear he uses on high-end sports portrait shoots for the magazine.

Gatorade REPLAY – by Steve Boyle


Philadelphia-based commercial, editorial, portrait and action photographer Steve Boyle continues working with Gatorade to document unsettled high school sports rivalries.