Patrick Murphy-Racey

Photographer
Sony Artisan

Sony Artisan Speaker

[Day 3]
8:30AM – 10:30AM
Theme: The Mirrorless Advantage for Weddings, Portraits and Sports - (Rooms 1/2)
[Day 3]
2:00PM – 3:15PM
Theme: Private Workshop - “Real Time Tracking” - (Second Floor)

Personal Information

Armed with his B.A. in Photojournalism from Marquette University, his twenty-five year career has only and always been about photography. Murphy-Racey has seen a great variety of assignments since his start in newspapers, through the peak years of being a magazine freelancer, his tenure as a regular contributor to Sports Illustrated, and into the corporate and industrial world of annual reports and advertising. While his assignments are varied and come from many different sources, photojournalism is his first love and constantly informs every assignment. Ever the chameleon, Murphy-Racey’’s career is a long series of re-inventions and rebirths, but the visual storytelling remains the same, even as the tools change. From 4×5 to 4K, he’s technically inclined, and loves making great images. Patrick is more than competent covering just about any assignment, but his specialties include dramatic and creative use of strobe & LED lighting, sports action photography, environmental portraits, and powerful, well-lit HD interview video production. PM-R shoots both stills as well as motion and is always asking, “What’’s next?”

Class | The Mirrorless Advantage for Weddings, Portraits and Sports

See Sony Artisan Patrick Murphy-Racey speak at PhotoCon 2019 in Oklahoma. PMR will be showing how he uses the Sony α9 for Sports, Weddings, Portraits and more.

Private Workshop

In this class, award-winning photographer Patrick Murphy-Racey will demonstrate the new “Real Time Tracking” AF system and then hand over the camera to participants who will be able to photograph a model. He will have copies of the Sony A9, A7III, A7RIII, as well as the new Sony A6400 camera for participants to try out and get a taste of how he works his assignments using lighting to capture the action.