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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
Brandon McDaniel works with Matt Kemp
Ricky Nolasco stretches…
Thanks for lunch Michael…
Wrigley Field has always been one of my favorite places to photograph. Cubs team photographer Steve Green has always been a great host allowing me to shoot in one of his open spots. The ivy is awesome as a background and day baseball games are my favorite. In this photo taken in 1990, Don Zimmer, Tommy Lasorda and Harry Caray pose for me during batting practice. © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers
A view of what it looked like inside the Diamondvision Scoreboard in 2003. © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers
The spiral staircase leading up into the Diamondvision Board. © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers
This is the view from on top of the Diamondvision board just below,at that time, the Unocal Ball. A little nerve-wracking as there is nothing to hold onto when you climb out and I really wanted a clean shot. This is probably my favorite panoramic view of Dodger Stadium. I have been fortunate enough to experience other scoreboards like the manual scoreboard at Wrigley Field along with the manual scoreboard in the Green Monster at Fenway. © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers
A view from the scoreboard at Wrigley with Andy LaRoche and Delwyn Young. These were the only two in the clubhouse who wanted to make the climb into the scoreboard during an extremely special visit. Photo by Chicago Cubs Team Photographer and my good friend Steve Green.