Sports Workshop Instructor Andrew Hancock Shoots Superbowl 50 for ESPN

By February 10, 2016Instructor, Sports

Photographs by Andrew Hancock for ESPN.

Unless you’re a 6′ 9” power forward from the Oklahoma City Thunder, the opportunity to photograph Superbowl 50 is earned, not given. That’s why one of the nation’s premier sports photographers and instructor at the Summit Sports Workshop Andrew Hancock was assigned to shoot the game for ESPN. Andrew’s work spans the entire realm of sports photography, from the Indy 500 to the Kentucky Derby to Johnny Football at Texas A&M, and he has a very keen eye for finding the particular “moment” within a game or sporting event. For Superbowl 50, Hancock had the opportunity to photograph before, during and after the game, giving him a variety of action shots and shots of the many celebrities at the game.

Usher is seen relaxing in the bowels of the the stadium before watching the game.

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Panthers Head Coach Ron Rivera has a quiet moment in the corridor of Levi’s Stadium as he enters the locker room a few hours prior to the game.

Photo © Andrew Hancock, All Rights Reserved.

Carolina Panthers’ Greg Olsen looks to be reflecting on the Panthers first-half play while walking the sideline.

Photo © Andrew Hancock, All Rights Reserved.

 

Check out more of Hancock’s SB50 behind-the-scene photos for ESPN.

And don’t forget to check out ESPN’s Superbowl 50 in Pictures, featuring many of Hancock’s images.

[via Andrew Hancock, ESPN]

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