Counting down the best photos from the Chiefs’ archives
“Behind the Lens” is an article series that aims to highlight the top photographs from the 2017 season as captured by Chiefs’ photographer Steve Sanders and h Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey is staff.
We began to explore those photos last month and will continue to do so throughout the offseason along with Sanders’ commentary.
Here’s a look at what we’ve covered so far.
No. 12 | No. 11 | No. 10 | No. 9 | No Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale . 8
We’ll continue with No. 7 –
Chiefs vs. Patriots
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Focal Length: 23
Exposure Time: 1/160
Taken By: Steve Sanders
Steve Sanders’ thoughts:
On the photo: “I look at this as our two team leaders –
On why he chose to make it black and white: “When you turn photos black and white, it gives it a little more of an evergreen feel…it can be timeless,” Sanders said. “I just thought that it looked better – with the skin tones and with the mix of the color and the backgrounds – it just worked together in black and white. I just felt it.”
On how he captured it: “I’m right on the bench area at the end of the game,” Sanders said. “On games that we’re winning, I try to wander to the bench in the last minute or so to get some different stuff Personalized Angels Baseball Jersey that we don’t normally get access to, and it just led to that.”
On how long this moment lasted: “It was maybe 10 or 15 seconds,” Sanders said. “Justin came up to him and gave him a congratulations hug and they were just looking on as the game finished up.”