APRIL 15, 2014

Outside the Grace Gate

Philip Brown: You think MCC members have it easy when it comes to watching a Test at Lord's? Think again
Two MCC members, a tablet, a newspaper, and a chunk of pineapple © Philip Brown
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MARCH 25, 2014

Baggy-green baby

Philip Brown: What do you get when you combine a legendary Test cricketer's cap, a two-year-old and some pink zinc cream?
MARCH 18, 2014

The joy of Cabbage

Philip Brown: In Antigua, a cheering spectator makes for more interesting photos than the action on the field
JANUARY 31, 2014

Warner's Salmon leap

Philip Brown: Philip Brown mulls over the anxieties a photographer faces when a player approaches a ton
JANUARY 19, 2014

A circle among shadows

Philip Brown: Two photos from the Brisbane Test, taken at (nearly) the same instant, produce two different effects
OCTOBER 13, 2013

Goodbye Sachin

Philip Brown: A photograph from the previous time Philip Brown snapped Sachin Tendulkar, in tribute to the great Indian sportsman who'll soon be retiring from the game
JULY 26, 2013

Capturing Agar

Philip Brown: The Ashes - I take it you've heard of them? Well the first Ashes Test match begins in (checks Sherlock Holmes style timepiece) roughly 97 hours
MARCH 10, 2013

Nasser's tearful resignation

Philip Brown: I remember that it was a particularly silly day at Edgbaston in 2003 when England played South Africa. Towards the end of the day I was asked if I was going to cover the Nasser Hussain press conference.
MARCH 05, 2013

Singing or shouting?

Philip Brown: I covered the entire Ashes tour of England in 1989 and I hadn't looked at these photographs since that time.
JANUARY 11, 2013

First glimpse of Shane Warne

Philip Brown: I remember my first encounter with Shane Warne, in 1993, when Australia were about to play their first match of the Ashes tour against an England Amateurs XI at Radlett, just north of London
NOVEMBER 18, 2012

Pietersen fails to carry his bat

Philip Brown: I'd never visited the UAE before January, so I was very happy to go and cover three Pakistan v England Test matches there
OCTOBER 20, 2012

Singing while snapping at the World Twenty20

Philip Brown: I've just spent three weeks in Sri Lanka for Reuters, covering the World Twenty20. It was hard work but really very enjoyable
SEPTEMBER 12, 2012

The biggest cricket fan in India

Philip Brown: My first trip to India to cover cricket was in 2006. I went as a freelance photographer and that meant for the most part I had to try and shoot photos from positions away from the agency photographers
SEPTEMBER 03, 2012

Strauss' Ashes ecstasy, framed

Philip Brown: I've decided to jump on the Andrew Strauss bandwagon. He retired from all professional cricket just last week
AUGUST 19, 2012

Compassionate KP

Philip Brown: It's high time I attempted to bring Shot Selection right up to date. Some of the photographs that I've featured recently are over 15 years old so I thought I'd choose a shot from the last couple of weeks
JULY 25, 2012

Murali's 709th

Philip Brown: In 2007, I headed to Sri Lanka for the England's three-Test series. It has always been a favourite place of mine to photograph and watch cricket
JULY 06, 2012

Beach boy

Philip Brown: Luck sometimes plays a huge part in photography. You can have lots of skill, knowledge and experience but sometimes you need elements that you cannot control to come together
JUNE 27, 2012

The astonished MCC members

Philip Brown: There was a lot of excitement before Australia visited England in 2005. England hadn't won the Ashes since 1986-87, but I for one thought that this time they had a very good chance of reclaiming the famous urn
JUNE 07, 2012

Unconventional backdrop, stand-out photo

Philip Brown: In the 1990s I worked a lot for the Daily Telegraph newspaper and during the summer covered quite a lot of county cricket
MAY 29, 2012

Bullseye

Philip Brown: I was really fortunate to be asked to go to the 2011 World Cup in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. I was away from home for almost seven weeks
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