Winter 2012 - Volume 16 Number 1




Thomas Paluch, MD

A US Olympic team hopeful rises from the water during practice at the

Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. The Olympic Training Center

hosts US team hopefuls in a variety of sports throughout the year.

This photo was taken using available light with a Nikon D700,

and a 400, f2.8 lens at 1/500 sec, ISO 1000, f2.8 at 4400K.

Dr Paluch is a staff surgeon at the San Diego Medical Center where he has

practiced for 22 years, specializing in minimally invasive surgery. He has been

taking and making pictures for more than 25 years, focusing recently on

sports photography, with an occasional foray into operating room portraits.

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