There is something about a quarterback passing that always seems one-dimensional in photographs.
Most images one will see of a quarterback during a football game is of them passing with little pressure. The opposite frame would be an image of them being sacked by multiple defenders.
Yet both of those scenes tend to be flat.
This week during football, I wanted to try and tell the story of quarterbacks being rushed to make a pass. Rarely does a viewer see opposing lines battling to protect and sack the quarterback
The layers that surround a quarterback is chaotic - and it's always remarkable when they easily find an open receiver without being touched.