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  • Lester Rosebrock is a professional photographer specializing in sports, corporate events and commercial photography.

    Lester worked for the University of Texas Health Science Center for 30 years, earning a reputation for being a hard working, client-friendly, and service-oriented photographer. In 2009, he was awarded the UTHSC's Employee Excellence in Service Award.

    His specialty is high school sports and corporate events. Contact him today to get more information.

    Lester is based in San Antonio, Texas and is available to photograph events outside of San Antonio.

CJ Siples of the Cibolo Steele Knights (white jersey) and Matt Forey of the O’Connor Panthers (blue jersey) battle for the ball during the UIL 5A Playoff game held at Littleton Gymnasium. O’Connor put up a valiant fight but in the end it was all Steele. Final score was 52-43 with Steele advancing to the next round.
The important lesson in this photo is to try different techniques. But turning my Nikon D3s to horizontal view instead of vertical, I was able to better capture the action. Don’t get so stuck in your technique that you forget to try something different.

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Jacquelyn Spruce Pfeiffer shares a special moment with her new born baby girl named Hollynd.
To create this wonderful photo, I used a caring heart and patience.  Sure, there are technical details to the capturing the image but nothing is more important than being the right frame of mind. 

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Ernest Gonzales back in 2011 for SaTxMusic.. I literally had 10 minutes to get a photo of Ernest before he went on stage at the LimeLight on North St. Mary’s St.  Looking around and wanting to do something a little different, I noticed a taco truck and used it as a prop. When pressed for time, you have to use the resources around you. Camera was a Nikon D700 with a Nikkor 28mm f/1.4 lens.  Using a fast lens in low light allows me to isolate the subject from the background.  I like the 28mm lens because it gives the viewer a sense of being in the scene.  Although it looks like a snap shot, it was a carefully composed photo.

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