July 04, 2011 | Matt Gagne
FOR MORE THAN FIVE DECADES SI PHOTOGRAPHER WALTER IOOSS JR. HAS CAPTURED FOOTBALL IN ALL ITS MUDDY, BLOODY GLORY. NOW HE REVISITS SOME OF HIS FAVORITE SUBJECTS—THE MEN WHO MADE THE GAME GREAT
December 07, 2009 | Terry McDonell
When Henri Cartier-Bresson, the forefather of modern photojournalism, said that once you miss the moment it is gone forever, he was talking about small moments as well as large. A new exhibit showcasing Walter Iooss...
May 11, 2009
RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME. Any sports photographer will tell you that's half the battle. Carl Iwasaki's picture of Joe Montana's game-winning throw didn't even merit inclusion in the game story. (It ran only when...
February 15, 2008 | Chris Mannix
A DISGRUNTLED Mother Nature can be a photographer's worst nightmare. But when harsh winds and choppy seas off Grand Cayman Island forced a Swimsuit shoot indoors, photographer Walter Iooss Jr. couldn't have asked for...
October 01, 2007 | TOM VERDUCCI