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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.

San Antonio New Year

I ventured to downtown San Antonio with my camera to capture people celebrating the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013. There are always people who come out to party, and this couple made sure they brought in the new year with a bang. It’s always good to see older people out having a good time, being old doesn’t mean you should sit at home

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High school football game in the Alamodome

DaShawn Key (number 17) of the Brennan Bears tries to escape Cedar Park players during a high school football game held in the Alamodome.  My lens of choice is the  Nikon 300mm f/2.8 VRI.  The 300mm lens is the standard for sports photography, and you don’t know what you’re missing until you tried one. I bought mine in 2010 off eBay because I had hopes and dreams that went beyond my 8-5 job. This lens has not disappointed me as it has taken my photography down a new path.  This lens is used for a wide variety of events, from football, baseball, cycling to even basketball. It also comes in handy for news and editorial photography as well.

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Female Boxers fight it out at the Fast Katz Ladies Boxing Show held at the Salvation Army Gym in San Antonio. The lighting was very bad for the camera, I took most of the photos at ISO 51,200, 1/350 sec @ f/2.8 (Nikon D3s with Nikon 300mm f/2.8). Although the D3s will go to ISO 102,400 I found that ISO to be worthless in this situation. It's important to know the limitations of your equipment. Because once you understand what your camera can do, it will make you a better photographer. The image was processed in Adobe Lightroom and converted to B/W using Topaz BW Effects.


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