About A Photograph with Peter Read Miller

| November 21, 2013

Our latest in the series of “About A Photograph” short films comes to you from Peter Read Miller. Peter has been shooting for Sports Illustrated for 20 years and has bound his experience into a book – We have a copy of the book to giveaway, signed by Peter! Leave a comment below or share this post using the buttons above to be in the running. We’ll draw a winner when we post the next About A Photograph in two weeks.

About A Photograph explores the meaning, impact, and stories behind photographs that changed how we see the world. One photograph, no tricks. Visual storytelling at its essence.

Peter Read Miller | About A Photograph

About A Photograph : Peter Read Miller from thinkTank Photo on Vimeo.

We’re also lucky to have, and to be giving away to one lucky reader a copy of Peter’s book Peter Read Miller on Sports Photography: A Sports Illustrated photographer’s tips, tricks, and tales on shooting football, the Olympics, and portraits of athletes …all you need to do to enter is share this on Facebook, Twitter or leave a comment on our blog post. We’ll send the signed copy to you wherever you are.



Category: About A Photograph, Think Tank Photo

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Based in Melbourne, Australia, Simon manages social media for www.thinktankphoto.com You can find out more about Simon here - http://about.me/gtvone
  • Todd

    This man is a freakin’ legend!!

  • Mr Bill

    It’s good to know that the very best make mistakes, but us normal folks, our mistakes don’t get published in SI. Keep up the good work peter..

  • whiteycat

    Photography has become my passion in retirement. I have explored a variety of subjects including sports. Peter Read Miller’s book could serve as my mentor in print and further inspire me to create exciting images.

  • JenniferHope

    I love sports photography and had the opportunity to take a class with Peter Read Miller. He has some great stories and, of course, inspiring photos. I’d love to win his new book.

  • Don

    Nice to know everyone makes them – too bad I haven’t made any “favorites” with mine.