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My View: Returns and debuts in Atlanta


CHARLOTTE - A win sure does make the road trip back home better! The Panthers snapped their four-game losing streak with a win in Atlanta, and there were a lot of big defensive moments caught on camera.

During the national anthem, I usually try to get shots where you can see players' emotions. On Sunday, I tried focusing on Shaq Thompson because it was his first game back in the lineup but ended up getting a great shot of Matt Rhule's dad, Denny. I thought it was a pretty cool moment because, in the foreground, you see coach Rhule. It was a nice father-son moment before the game.


I'm usually located on the left side of the field by the pylon, but I decided to move toward the middle of the end zone just in case there was a sack. When the defense celebrates, I noticed that they run toward the end of the field, and I wanted to make sure I got their faces with my 70-200 lens.

Yetur Gross-Matos, Frankie Luvu

Thompson was definitely all over the field and made his presence felt. I shot this with the 400m and stayed behind the ball.

Shaq Thompson
Shaq Thompson

I also shot this with the 400. Usually, when the defense is at the 50-yard line, I'm on the sideline, parallel to the Panthers' bench. In this game, I repositioned myself more in the end zone to get the defensive backs knocking guys out of bounds.

Jeremy Chinn

This play was at the end of the game when I was getting my camera prepped for postgame. I was in the right place at the right time because it happened on my side of the field. It was a cool moment for Stephon Gilmore in his first game as a Panther.

Stephon Gilmore

View all of the best photos from pre-game, in-game and post-game from Carolina's win at Atlanta.

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