Browsing through the pictures of the first week of the new year and realizing that this weeks “picture of the week” is a video. You were aware of you can live publish video with Shootitlive, right?
Late Sunday Sweden defeated defending-champion Russia with 1–0 in overtime to win their first title in 31 years. Through the lens of the Aftonbladet photographer Jimmy Wixtröm you could follow the Swedish hockey team celebrate it’s win in the 2012 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.
See the entire slideshow here
As another year comes to a close we take a look back at the best live published photos of 2011. This year there have been some truly stunning images captured around the world and we’ve rounded up our favorites among the millions of photos which has swoshed through the Shootitlive system for it’s first publication hot of the photographers cameras.
The summer is long gone and for those of you who still suffers from Post-Vacation Syndrome I hope you´ll find this post inspirational. I’ve just browsed through the thousands of images that gone through Shootitlive this summer and it’s a mixture of heart aching, violent, emotional, and mind blowing pictures. Below you´ll find a small selection.
Sweden beats Finland with 5 – 0 in the Euro 2012 qualifier and the order is restored. They might beat us on ice, but on grass we rule. The striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic secured the win as he scored a hat-trick and assisted the left forward Emir Bajrami who chipped the ball over the goalkeeper.
The photographer Tommy Pedersen gave you all match highlights in a live photo feed at Expressen.se who covered the game with full match reports including statements from both Swedish and Finnish commentators.
Check out the full photo feed here.
Last Saturday FC Barcelona and Mancherster United played the 2011 Champions League final at Wembley Stadium. What the Barca fans got was a fantastic performance by their team. What the Manchester United fans got was a wake up call as Barcelona completed the 90 minutes with a 3-1 win over Manchester United.
Check out the full Shootitlive gallery here.
In the latest chapter of hockey’s classic Nordic rivalry, the Finnish lions demolished Sweden 6-1 in the gold medal game of the 2011 IIHF World Championship. This means that the Finns have beaten Sweden to the World Championship title in both ice hockey and floorball.
The Ilta-sanomat photographer Peter Jansson published a live photo feed of the welcoming party as the Finnish national team arrived at the Helsinki airport. Except this weeks “pic of the week” we find a hot topic in the live photo feed. Among the celebrating world champions the coach Pasi Nurminen fell headlong on the World Cup trophy.
Prom night is a special evening in the life of a young person, one he/she won’t soon forget. If you’re like most teens heading to the prom, you’re probably a little concerned about the dancing element. Being able to dance during a prom night is a matter of necessity and such a skill is higly valued. This is clearly shown in this weeks “pic of the week”.
Last Saturday the Danish boxer Brian Nielsen made his comeback against the former world champion Evander Holyfield. For Brian Nielsen, this was the first fight in nearly nine years and it lasted almost eleven rounds. In the eleventh round, the referee stopped the fight right before the closing bell.
The British Monarchy may seem reserved but they do know how to properly celebrate. Last Friday Prince William and Kate Middleton (now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) made their vows to each other during their wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
Looking through the +200 photos that The Times live published to their site and to their iPad app I have to admit that we’re still gripped with wedding fever here at Shootitlive HQ. The pic of the week, from The Times snapper Marc Aspland, really captured the moment and the beauty of Kate Middleton (Yeah, her sister Pippa is quite good looking as well).
During the wedding day a team of ten photographers live puplished pictures via Shootitlive to thetimes.co.uk and The Times Ipad edition and as the royal wedding day unfolded they created a colourful and vibrant live photo feed, from the arrival of David Beckham and fellow guests, through Prince William and Kate Middleton exchanging vows, to the royal couple driving off in an Aston Martin.