AB Digital Photography at BCS Finals

Tournaments : : Story
Perfect Game Staff        
Published: Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Andy Bershaw of (AB Digital Photography) and Joe Winn of (Winning Photography) are teaming up under the AB Digital Photography banner to provide Perfect Game BCS tournament players, parents and coaches with the very best action sports image coverage available. Using our years of sports photography experience and the very best equipment available, we will capture all the best in-game action shots and show them to you ON-SITE!  We will have over 11 viewing stations and our mobile photo shop on-site for you to see all the great plays immediately after each game. More importantly come by and request coverage of your "team or player" prior to your game to assure coverage or just to check out the amazing images.


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