通過團隊攝影師的鏡頭看英格蘭2022年歐洲杯的勝利

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通過團隊攝影師的鏡頭看英格蘭2022年歐洲杯的勝利

當克洛伊-凱利在2022年歐洲杯上為英格蘭隊打進制勝球時,許多人都有同樣的感覺--純粹的欣喜。

她抓住了這一時刻嗎?她錯過了進球嗎?她的位置正確嗎?

她不需要擔心。凱莉將襯衫繞着頭擺動的標誌性畫面--布蘭迪-查斯坦式的--被完美地捕捉到了,並在第二天出現在全國報紙的頭版和尾版。

在女獅隊破紀錄地奪得歐洲冠軍的過程中,卡梅倫有幸每天與女獅隊在一起。

"我和女孩們在一起的任何時間都是特別的,"卡梅倫說,他在2018年首次以官方身份為足球協會工作。"我很幸運,他們允許我有空間置身於那些時刻,並捕捉到它。

"這是一種紐帶,我不認為你能買到。我推動為女獅隊配備個人攝影師,因為人們以前不知道球員是誰。

"他們可以在街上走過而不認識他們。對我來說,展示他們的個性和奉獻精神是很重要的。"

卡梅倫挑出了她在比賽中最喜歡的五張照片,並用她自己的話告訴BBC體育,她對這個夏天的記憶。

在那一刻,我的第一感覺是驚慌。這是這個國家女子足球最重要的時刻,所以我想的是'我射門了嗎? 一切都停止了,在球場上感覺非常平靜。然後哨聲響起,確認進球了,克洛伊就跑了。

她跑到替補席上和大家一起慶祝。朋友和家人也坐在板凳旁邊。你不能選擇射門的位置,但如果可以的話,我總是選擇在替補席旁邊,因為球員們每次都會去那裡。

有些人說她不應該脫掉上衣,但不,她應該!她應該慶祝那個時刻。她應該慶祝那一刻。我很高興她這麼做了。

當你現在看到那張照片時,你會情不自禁地微笑。這就是贏得歐洲杯的那一球。

事後,克洛伊告訴我,她的兄弟們也脫掉了上衣,在看台上做着同樣的慶祝。

這是在布萊頓舉行的小組賽中英格蘭8-0戰勝挪威之後。英格蘭隊長利亞-威廉姆森在播放《甜蜜的卡羅琳》時向我走來,對着鏡頭唱道:"好極了,好極了,好極了"。

這對我來說是一個非常個人和特別的時刻。每個人都被這種氣氛感染了。它是電的。感覺與球員和球迷之間有一種真正的聯繫。這與以前報道比賽是不同的。人們對球員的反應就像他們對英超超級明星的反應一樣。

在我們的比賽中,整個比賽期間都有一個播放列表。有一次,在球隊匯報工作時播放了《甜蜜的卡洛琳》,每個人都開始蹦蹦跳跳。利亞告訴某人把這首歌放在播放列表的後面,這樣它就不會在那一刻出現,他們可以和球迷一起慶祝。

3)決賽時的替補席

我最喜歡的訓練課之一總是在比賽後的一天。那些沒有首發的球員會在其他人做康復訓練時進行訓練。它如此特別的原因是,每個人都仍然很高興在那裡。他們可能在那些日子裡儘可能地努力訓練。

我們作為一個團隊花了很多時間在一起,我總是喜歡在比賽前拿到一張板凳上的照片。這讓我覺得我包括了所有人。

這張照片的有趣之處在於,吉爾-斯科特看起來很擔心。她通常總是面帶微笑。我當時沒有看到這一點。事後她向我指出了這一點。在她的腦子裡,她可能在想'這可能是我最後一場比賽'。現在回想起來就更明顯了。

地上有很多東西,有幾個球員過來說'好吧,我們要做的是跑步和滑跪。

我覺得這聽起來很好,但後來他們都開始跑了,我落後了好幾步,因為我跑得沒有他們快--我不是一個職業運動員!"。

當我到達那裡時,他們都笑了。我就建議我們改做雪天使。

勞倫-漢普[在左邊]開始向空中拋撒紙屑。你不能強迫這張照片,因為它是如此真實。這就是他們在那一刻的快樂。

決賽結束後,我們很晚才回到Lensbury酒店。然後突然就到了早上。感覺我們沒有時間了。球員們就是不想睡覺。

我第一時間跑出去,把所有的報紙都帶回了酒店。每份報紙的頭版和尾版都有英格蘭隊贏得歐洲杯的消息。我起了一身雞皮疙瘩。

我把它們放在桌子上,想和隊長利亞[威廉姆森]、獎盃和報紙合個影。我去找她,回來的時候,其他球員剛過來看報紙。

他們仍然戴着獎牌,穿着它們下來吃早餐。那是一個坦誠的時刻。報紙堆在一起,他們開始閱讀。我給了他們幾分鐘時間,然後說:"好吧,我現在需要他們與莉亞合影!


When Chloe Kelly scored the winning goal for England at Euro 2022, many people were feeling the same thing - pure elation.

Had she captured the moment? Did she miss the goal? Was she in the right position?

She need not have worried. The iconic image of Kelly swinging her shirt around her head - Brandi Chastain style - had been caught perfectly and appeared on the front and back pages of national newspapers the next day.

Cameron had the unique privilege of spending every day with the Lionesses during their record-breaking run to the European title.

"Any time I spent with the girls was special," said Cameron, who first started working for the Football Association in an official capacity in 2018. "I'm so lucky they allowed me the space to be in those moments and to capture it.

"That's a bond I don't think you can buy. I pushed for a personal photographer for the Lionesses because people didn't know who the players were before.

"They could walk past them in the street and not recognise them. It was important to me to show their personality and dedication."

Cameron has picked out her five favourite photos of the tournament and, in her own words, tells BBC Sport about her memories of the summer.

The first thing I felt in that moment was panic. This is the biggest moment in women's football in this country so all I thought was 'did I get the shot?' Everything stopped and it felt really calm in the stadium. Then the whistle went to confirm the goal had been scored and Chloe just ran.

She ran to the bench to celebrate with everybody. Friends and family were sat next to the bench as well. You can't pick where you shoot but I would always choose by the bench if I could because that's where the players go, every time.

Some people say she shouldn't have taken off her top but no, she should! She should celebrate that moment. I'm so glad she did.

When you see that photo now you can't help but smile. It was the goal that won the Euros.

Chloe told me afterwards that her brothers had taken their tops off too and were doing the same celebration in the stands.

This was after England's 8-0 win over Norway in the group stages in Brighton. England captain Leah Williamson came over to me while Sweet Caroline was playing and sang 'so good, so good, so good' into the camera.

That was a very personal and special moment for me. Everybody was getting swept along with the atmosphere. It was electric. It felt like there was a real connection with the players and the fans. That was different to covering tournaments before. People were reacting to the players in the way they would to Premier League superstars.

There was a playlist on throughout the tournament at our games. 'Sweet Caroline' came on during the team's debrief once and everybody just started bouncing. Leah told somebody to put the song on later in the playlist so it wasn't in that moment and they could celebrate with fans.

  1. The bench for the final

One of my favourite training sessions was always the day after a match. Those who didn't start would train while others were doing rehab. The reason it was so special was that everybody was still happy to be there. They probably trained as hard as they could on those days.

We spent a lot of time together as a squad and I always liked getting a picture of the bench before the game. It made me feel like I was including everyone.

The funny thing in this one is that Jill Scott looks so worried. She is usually always smiling. I didn't see that at the time. She pointed it out to me afterwards. In her head she was probably thinking 'this could be my last match'. Looking back it's more obvious.

There was loads of stuff on the ground and a few of the players came over and said 'right, what we're going to do is run and knee slide.'

I thought that sounded great but then they all started running and I was miles behind because I couldn't run as fast as them - I'm not a professional athlete!

By the time I got there they were laughing. I just suggested we did snow angels instead.

Lauren Hemp [on the left] started throwing confetti in the air. You couldn't force this picture because it was so authentic. That's how happy they were in that moment.

We got back to the Lensbury Hotel quite late after the final. Then all of a sudden it was the morning. It felt like we had no time. Players just didn't want to go to sleep.

I nipped out first thing and brought all the papers back to the hotel. Every newspaper's front page and back page had England winning the Euros. I got goosebumps.

I put them on the table and wanted to have a picture with the captain, Leah [Williamson], the trophy and the papers. I went to find her and came back in and the other players had just come over themselves to read them.

They were still wearing their medals and had come down to breakfast in them. It was a candid moment. The papers were lying in a pile and they started reading them. I gave them a few minutes then said 'right I need them now to get this picture with Leah!'

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