Best in the Business: Joe Giron Leads the WSOP Photo Team Once Again
The World Series of Poker is the planet’s biggest poker spotlight, and PokerNews has hired the best in the business to make sure it captures the every important moment.
PokerNews is proud to announce that Joe Giron is leading the photography team at this year’s WSOP. Giron, an award-winning professional photographer and author, has photographed 12 years of WSOP coverage. This year he will be leading the WSOP Official Live Reporting, Media and Corporate photography team for the fifth time.
He has once again assembled a team of experienced professional photographers including Jayne Furman, Jamie Thomson, Melissa Haereiti, Antonio Abrego, and Drew Amato.
Giron, an award-winning professional photographer and author, has photographed 12 years of WSOP coverage.
Giron and his team will publish their images on PokerNews.com and WSOP.com. Over the course of the WSOP, you can view galleries of all their images at pokerphotoarchive.com. If you make the final three tables or final table of a 2017 World Series of Poker bracelet event, you can feel certain you’ll see your photo there.
What’s more, you can pick up a souvenir photo of yourself playing on the world’s biggest poker stage. At pokerphotoarchive.com, you can search for photographs of yourself and purchase “personal use” digital copies or high quality, professional prints of you competing in your event. The photos are reasonably priced and can be used for social media, to share with family or friends, or provide a personal memento from your experience at the WSOP.
No site has a better archive of WSOP photos. In addition to all of this year’s events, you can search previous WSOP galleries to find photos of yourself from previous WSOP years.
Visit the event gallery for your specific tournament or use the “Search” function on the website by entering your first and last name in the “Keywords” field on the “Search” page.
If you have any questions, please contact Joe Giron via email at email@example.com or via Twitter @PokerPhotoArciv.