Chargers Photograph Requires Initially Place in Aspect Group of Professional Football Corridor of Fame’s Yearly Picture Contest

“It was just an plan that I had coming into the new stadium with new…

“It was just an plan that I had coming into the new stadium with new uniforms and I desired to determine out the ideal angles of the stadium,” Nowak said of the photo. “I hung a digicam upside down over the team’s tunnel and I related it to a remote I could fireplace from any place in the stadium.  I established the digital camera up to a one particular-next publicity which gave you the blur influence of the gamers jogging on to the discipline.”

Ben Liebenberg, director of photography for the National Football League, recognized the level of work and consideration to depth Nowak took to seize the photograph.

“It was a image that took planning, it took considered,” Liebenberg stated. “You had to work to get this image and it was seriously amazing to see a photographer, Mike Nowak who is effective for the Chargers, get the time and exertion to make this really gorgeous body.”

Nowak also took next-area in the 53rd yearly Motion Group with a photograph titled, “Ekeler Diving TD.”

Nowak, who’s been with the crew for over 20 a long time, earlier received the Dave Manager Award of Excellence in 2001 for his aspect piece titled “Independence.” The photograph depicted previous Chargers quarterback Doug Flutie running onto the subject while carrying an American flag and was taken all through the Chargers’ very first household recreation right after the Sept. 11 terrorist assaults.