Photographer Walter Iooss began his sports photography career in 1961 when he started shooting for Sports Illustrated, and his work has followed the evolution of camera technology ever since. He started with sporting event photos, but soon progressed to action shots and portraits, where he found that timing is everything and only a fraction of a second can separate the good shots from the bad. In 1972, Walter's portfolio expanded to include beauty photography, which now accounts for 10% of his work.
As a photographer, Walter Iooss' job is to reliably take great photos, and he needs a memory card he can trust to back him up. Walter made the jump to digital in 2005, and with a SanDisk Extreme Pro memory cards, he can capture an entire day's worth of photos on one card and not have to worry about losing a single image.