As he prepares to shoot his 50th straight Super Bowl, Walter Iooss looks back on his favorite images of the big game

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“Damn right, I miss the Learjet,” Walter tells Time magazine’s photo blog in the essay “This Photographer Has Covered Every Super Bowl in History.” Click to read.

 

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Keepers of the Streak is a special one-hour documentary from ESPN Films and NFL Films focusing on the four photographers who have taken pictures at all 48 Super Bowls: Walter Iooss, John Biever, Mickey Palmer, and Tony Tomsic. Watch the trailer.

 

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Click to view story at theplayerstribune.com.

 

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Walter talks to deadspin.com about his famous 1982 photo of Dwight Clark in “The Catch, the ‘Divine’ Photo, and the Photographer Who Was Rooting for the Cowboys.” Click to read at deadspin.com.

 

“Backup QB Danny White gets a kiss from a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, while co-MVP Harvey Martin only gets his picture taken. The Cowboys defeated the Denver Broncos 27–10 at the Superdome in New Orleans, January 15, 1978. The Broncos completed just eight passes for 61 yards. The coin toss was by Red Grange.” See more at petapixel.com.

 

“Through The Lens: 4 photographers who have shot every Super Bowl.” Watch at si.com.

 

Walter has shot 13 Super Bowl covers for Sports Illustrated—so far. See more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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