I have a passion for chess coverage. Since 2012 I have provided services for chess events, including many of the most prestigious tournaments in the world. By attending over 25 tournaments a year, I am the most experienced chess broadcaster on the circuit.
My specialities include:
I've been an active chess player with a peak rating of 2217 and I hold the title of FIDE International Organizer. In 2018 I was awarded as Chess Photographer of the Year by the Russian Chess Federation.
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I have a collection of around 50.000 chess photos from over 165 tournaments since 2013. My photos have featured on over 190 Magazine covers, and have been published in basically every chess magazine and website.
You can find all my photos in my Webshop, but you can find some selected albums below:
You can find my complete photo collection at chessphotoshop.com. A vast majority of the photos are available for download and prints. Most players have been tagged in the photos, so you can easily find a photo of your favorite player.
I regularly get the question what camera gear I use and how to get bright photos in dark environments. So here are some general thoughts on low light photography and some examples of the magic call
Chess broadcasts are generally produced by strong chess players and the live commentary is aimed at serious chess players.
Do you want to learn what I can do for your chess tournament? Do you want to get in touch about my photography? Don't hesitate to contact me through this form or via firstname.lastname@example.org!