20,000 slides returned from Sports Illustrated – Mangin Photography Archive

Next up I had to find a place to scan my stuff. I knew prices had come down since I last had slides scanned, but of course I don’t trust just anyone with my originals and I don’t want to send my stuff out of the country. Luckily through my friends at PhotoShelter I found the fabulous Julie Morris, who is the president of FotoBridge in New Jersey. These people would be an ideal place for me and many other friends to work with if they did a good job. I called Julie and immediately knew that she “got it” and understood the industry and what people like me needed. She told me they had scanned 250,000 slides for NHL Images, scanned 40,000 slides and negatives for the Kansas City Chiefs, and 25,000 slides and negatives for the Minnesota Vikings, to name just a few of their big sports clients. I told her I needed pro scans at 4,000 DPI to give me 50 megabyte TIFF files and she told me they would cost under a dollar apiece. I could not believe it! I decided to give them a try and see what happened. Two weeks later and I could not be happier with the scans I got back from FotoBridge.

An Interview with Sports Photographer Brad Mangin

Brad Mangin is a freelance sports photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He regularly shoots for Sports Illustrated and Major League Baseball

Brad Mangin is a freelance sports photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He regularly shoots for Sports Illustrated and Major League Baseball Photos, and he has photographed 19 World Series and a number of Super Bowls and NBA Finals so far. We had a chat with Mangin about his life, career, and love for sports photography.

Publishing Photo Books: Success Tips from Brad Mangin - PhotoShelter Blog

As the 2015 baseball season starts winding to a close, we caught up with Brad Mangin, accomplished sports photographer and longtime friend of PhotoShelter. Brad has now published four wonderful photography books — one titled Instant Baseball featuring his

We asked Brad to share his book publishing experiences with the PhotoShelter community. Having experienced the process of compiling, editing, producing, and marketing photography books (now four times) affords Brad some amazing insights. We asked Brad to dig into everything from choosing a publisher to contract terms and design intentions – his responses are candid and very helpful.

Photo Brigade Podcast #74 with Brad Mangin - The Photo Brigade

On this episode Robert chats with his friend and sports shooter Brad Mangin who is based in San Francisco.

On this episode I chat with my friend and sports shooter Brad Mangin who is based in San Francisco. Brad was in New York as part of his yearly trek to Cooperstown where he gave a talk on the History of Baseball Photography at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. We talk about Brad’s career covering baseball out of the San Francisco Bay area and how he’s begun publishing books on the San Francisco Giants’ 2010, 2012, and 2014 World Series Championships as well as the first ever book published completely of Instagrams

A Look Back: 4 of PhotoShelter's Longest Standing Members Reflect on the Industry - PhotoShelter Blog

As part of Member Appreciation week last week, we caught up with a few of our longest standing members to find out what their biggest accomplishments have been in the past 9 years, and how changes in the industry have affected them personally, their caree

These photographers, including Chip Litherland, Brad Mangin and Ami Vitale are continuing to amaze us, churning out fantastic work and staying on top of their game.

Instagram Secrets from a Pro Sports Photographer - PhotoShelter Blog

I am constantly preaching the power of photographing your niche, and here’s one more example of just how powerful it can be. Brad Mangin is all about baseball photography, so when Instagram popped up, he grabbed his iPhone and pointed it squarely at his n

Brad Mangin was brave enough to show me (and now you) every stage in his iPhone photography workflow process, starting with the raw image, and then every step along the way until he reached the final published image

New Guide: Growing Your Sports Photography Business - PhotoShelter Blog

In our latest free guide, Growing Your Sports Photography Business, we offer an in-depth look at the sports photography industry today. This comprehensive guide includes insider advice from sports photography veterans like Rich Clarkson, Brad Mangin, and

In our latest free guide, Growing Your Sports Photography Business, we offer an in-depth look at the sports photography industry today. This comprehensive guide includes insider advice from sports photography veterans like Rich Clarkson, Brad Mangin, and Director of Photography at Sports Illustrated Brad Smith.

Innovator: Brad Mangin

Freelance sports photographer Brad Mangin has many claims to fame: one, according to him, is being the last photographer on earth to get an iPhone. While that claim may be hard to prove, another will be substantiated when Instant Baseball is published thi

Freelance sports photographer Brad Mangin has many claims to fame: one, according to him, is being the last photographer on earth to get an iPhone. While that claim may be hard to prove, another will be substantiated when Instant Baseball is published this April. The book chronicles the 2012 Major League Baseball season with images shot on Mangin’s iPhone and posted to the image sharing Web site Instagram. It may be the first non-self published book comprised entirely of Instagram images shot on an iPhone.

Playoff Photo Highlights From a Pro's Insta Feed as World Series Approaches

Brad Mangin has quickly become the king of the baseball Instagram. A veteran sports photographer, he's been lighting up Insta with snappies from the nine Bay Area playoff games with his iPhone, which he says has become one of his favorite cameras.

Brad Mangin (@bmangin) has quickly become the king of the baseball Instagram. A veteran sports photographer, he’s been lighting up Insta with snappies from the nine Bay Area playoff games with his iPhone, which he says has become one of his favorite cameras.

How I Made Instagram Images That Were Good Enough for Sports Illustrated

The big news was leaked on Mashable last night that Sports Illustrated is publishing 18 of my baseball iPhone Instagrams spread out over three Leading Off double trucks (6 pages) in the magazine this week. This is an exciting development for a project that I started in February on the first day of spring training when I was on assignment for the magazine.

Sports Shooter Newsletter Decade Collection

As this decade ends, I wanted to commemorate its passing by collecting images from these special people that have helped me over the years. I asked them to select an image of theirs that is historic, unique, revealing or memorable. Most of all, I wanted the image to be something personal … an image special to them.

Brad Mangin Photography

I am a freelance sports photographer based in the San Francisco  Bay Area where I regularly shoot assignments for Sports Illustrated and Major League Baseball Photos. My work keeps me busy from the first pitch of Spring Training to the final out of  the World Series. When not shooting, I enjoy attending San Francisco Giants games in my season ticket box seats and working on SportsShooter.com, the online resource for sports photography, of which I am a founding owner.

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Judging POYi: I am not a moron!

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Brad Mangin:

The email arrived on December 21, 2007. Subject: “Invitation to judge POYi.” The words that followed stunned me: “Greetings from Pictures of the Year International. My name is Rick Shaw and I am the director for the international photojournalism program. It is my privilege to invite you to participate on the judging panel for the 65th annual Pictures of the Year International competition (Newspaper and General Divisions).”

Holy cow. Was he serious? I immediately called Rick and told him I would be honored to judge POYi. I would not be going to spring training to cover the Cactus League till the end of February, so this fit perfectly into my schedule. I knew this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity would help me learn a lot and grow as a photographer. Having the chance to look at thousands of photographs over a six-day period with a panel of three other judges was a chance I wanted to take advantage of.

Check it out here.

The Web This Morning

Punk – Anti-Flag releases third song from their upcoming major label album, “For Blood and Empire” (I’ve heard the album, it ain’t bad. Listen to the song The Press Corpse to hear Anti-Flag at their best.)

Punk – FatWreckChords new podcast

Photography – Getty Images editorial photography grants to Andrew Testa and Kristen Ashburn (portfolios)
Gaming – Wired interview with David Jaffe

CBC – Pets dumped in Moscow’s “Forest of Death”

Wash Post video – AP video of Bush receiving warnings of Katrina

NYT – Taliban still menacing Afghan south, have closed down 200 schools, by Carlotta Gall

Photography – USA Today photographer Robert Hanashiro on Torino
Photography – Photographer Brad Mangin: Spring Training ‘Death March’

Photography – Darrell Miho on the LPGA credential controversy