Shooting an NFL Game in an Empty Stadium During COVID

Photographer Paul Rutherford is back with another behind the scenes look at what it’s like shooting professional sports during the pandemic. Previously he took us to a spectator-free MLB game at Fenway Park; today he’s showing us what it’s like working an NFL game in an empty Gillette Stadium.
Just like his MLB behind-the-scenes video, Rutherford goes into quite a bit of detail on what he can and can’t do, where he can and can’t go, and how he’s able to work within those rules to shoot, edit, and submit the kinds of images that his editors (and the public) are looking for… all from the stadium’s empty stands.
He also explains how he and the other USA Today photographer coordinate to make sure that they’re not capturing the same sorts of photos, creating a helpful…

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