Shooting on Location: Jorg Badura’s Paddle Up Portraits

March 6, 2014

By Dan Havlik

© Jorg Badura

Paddle boarder Brian Talma in a portrait from 2012.

When Jorg Badura planned to capture a recent New York City Marathon, he’d hoped to shoot finish-line portraits just after the runners completed the race, with the agony and ecstasy of the long-distance achievement still pouring from their faces. With such a massive event, however, that plan turned out to be logistically impossible. Instead, Badura opted to shoot motion only...

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