As January came to an end, I had the amazing opportunity to not only edit for Getty Images, but to shoot some PGA Tour during the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale.
Each morning I was given the chance to venture the immaculately groomed course to find some art that helped contribute to the team's amazing overall set of pictures. As the afternoon hit, I jumped in front of the computer to edit the compelling work of the other photographers.
During my time shooting, I did my best to help out the team on the famed 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale. A polar opposite of what golf usually is, this hole encourages fans to cheer and celebrate the players without fear of being tossed from the tournament for being too loud. Very interesting to say the least.
As the sun rose, I found myself walking around with a wide angle lens most of the time I had to shoot and couldn't help but to see graphic images in front of my lens as I looked between cactus and steeped back for general views of natural landscapes.