8/1/13-Something Different-LA Dodgers at Chicago Cubs-Behind the Scenes in Black and White by Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers

Pulling into historic Wrigley Field is  going to be different this time around. I have been coming here with the Dodgers since the film days.

I was using black and white film then for behind the scenes and Fujichrome for day games. This time around I am using a Fuji x100s in its black and white form thanks to Fuji Rep Barney Tong who let me have a week with this new camera.

Reaching back and shooting black and white is so where my soul is in photography.

I hope you enjoy.    J

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Brandon McDaniel works with Matt Kemp

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Ricky Nolasco stretches…

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Andre Ethier

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Lefties….

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Thanks for lunch Michael…

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4 Comments

Jon. Soooooo cool. Depth of Field is great. Awesome inages.

Once again, great photos, Jon. Wrigley really lends itself beautifully to b&w.

Great photos, as usual. Love the black and white, captions, and the look inside – a peek into how much work and preparation goes on.

Just like Barney Stein did in Brooklyn.

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