Ahead of Super Bowl 2022, our favorite NFL images of the season

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Fast reflexes may seem like a way for photographers to capture great football images.

But that’s the bare minimum, says Cincinnati Enquirer Photojournalist Kareem El Gazar.

“The key to me is empirical prediction,” he said. “Where is the ball going? What happens based on an offensive or defensive formation? Get there first and take a strong photo.”

Michael Chow of The Arizona Republic Of course, he said he needed to catch up with the downs and yards, but the photographer also needs to understand player trends and coaching strategies.

“Knowing that, like baseball, the batter made his last at-bat second baseman, he knows he’s more likely to hit that way again and focus on second baseman,” he said. rice field.

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