I can relate to this story. Several years ago I was on sideline at a Georgia Southern football game taking pictures and if the lady photographer beside me had not at one point starting backing up and I saw in corner of eye and decided to backup also I would have been buried under pile of players as when you are looking thru lens you do not realize they are running at you and ready to take you out.Dwight From the AJC "Above all else, you must get the shot. That is the creed of the photojournalist. Chamberlain Smith certainly came through in that regard. On Tuesday, the UGA photographer who was run over on the Auburn sidelines this past Saturday, tweeted out the last image her camera captured before that fateful moment. It was, of course, an extreme closeup of Georgia running back Brian Herrien. https://www.ajc.com/sports/college/uga-photographer-captured-great-shot-before-sideline-collision/IsJMrWCkYPrWO2ipSy9WGK/ "
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