Portfolio -> Photography -> Sports
Dallas Sports Photography
Top Golf Event | Highlight Video Sample
The above example is a KidZone Top Golf tournament in Dallas. Unlike many of our corporate events, there were no speeches, presentations or formalities. DTX Media was tasked with capturing b-roll and a few on-the-spot interviews. This highlight video intertwines interviews with b-roll to tell the event’s story. For more “story telling”, see our documentary video production page and our Dallas interview video page.
Photo Station / Photo Booth
DTX Media can set up a step and repeat style photo station or even video booth at events. Our digital sharing station allows event guests to email or text themselves their photos. We can provide a background or a green screen and place in any background you’d like and even brand the foreground. See our Dallas Photo Booth page for more details.
DTX Media captures photography and video for events in Dallas / Fort Worth. Ceremonies, award presentations, ground breaking events and ribbon cuttings are exactly what we do.
Recent Product Photography Blog Posts:
Motocross is a sport I raced growing up. The most prestigious tour, the Outdoor Nationals comes to Texas now annually. [more]
The UNT dance team is never short of amazing talent. Jennifer, the dance coach wanted some casual and lifestyle portraits. I [more]
We were asked to photograph the stadium at the University of Texas at Arlington. Anyone can see how handsome the stadium [more]
UNT is where I earned my undergraduate degree, so I was very excited when they contacted me about getting aerial [more]
Football is a major event in Texas in the fall. We were lucky enough to be requested to capture a [more]
I'm an alumni of the University of North Texas, so when I got the call to take aerials of the [more]
Dallas sports photography and editorial photography is something I've always enjoyed. When I got the call from UNT to take [more]
Throwback Post: Made a random trip to Eisenbergs in Plano, TX the other day. It was like a blast from the past. [more]