What’s in the kit bag? With Sports Photographer, Mark Pain | I AM NIKON Blog

WHAT’S IN THE KIT BAG? WITH MARK PAIN, SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER

find out which essential items of photographic kit go with him

Mark Pain is a multi-award winning sports photographer with over 25 years’ experience in the field. Working at the top of his profession for many years, Mark has covered major events worldwide from the Olympic Games and Ryder Cup right through to football and rugby World Cups and World Championship athletics. Mark along with five other photographers (Including Mark Seymour and Ross Hoddinott) also represents Nikon UK as one of our renowned Ambassadors.

As well as taking photographs of the biggest and best stars in the world of sport, Mark is also Chief Sports Photographer for The Mail On Sunday, and regularly captures Premier League football action for the popular newspaper every week.

We caught up with Mark recently to find out which essential items of photographic kit go with him – from local football derbies through to world championship events.

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From local football derbies through to world championship events, Mark has covered major events worldwide from the Olympic Games and Ryder Cup right through to football and rugby World Cups and World Championship athletics. Mark along with five other photographers (Including Mark Seymour and Ross Hoddinott) also represents Nikon UK

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