Jerry Rice of the San Francisco 49ers poses in a rocking chair during training camp at Sierra College in Rocklin, California in 1988. (Photo by Brad Mangin)

New in my archive: From Rice to Gosen to Mangin

My online archive now has over 60,000 images


Thanks Instagram. I was really worried.

Instagram’s bad moves this week would have made me quit my account.

Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Kim Komenich is directed by Tim Mantoani at Left Space Studios in San Francisco, California on January 11, 2008. (Photo by Brad Mangin)

Tim Mantoani documents photography legends

Tim Mantoani’s “Behind Photographs” will soon be a book.

(Above: My new website. 100% Flash-free.)

Why I Broke Up With My Flash Website

I have a brand-new HTML-based portfolio website.

Brad Mangin started shooting for his archive back in 1987 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. (Photo by Gerry Mooney)

It started in 1987: My online archive hits 50,000!

Brad Mangin’s online archive has surpassed the 50,000 image mark.

These scans of photographers Mickey Pfleger, Robert Beck, Jed Jacobsohn, Terry Schmitt, Bob Larson, Jose Luis Villegas, and Tony Tomsic will be online in my searchable archive in the coming weeks.

New additions to the archive coming soon!

I am adding sports photographers to my online searchable archive.

CLICK IMAGE TO SEE VIDEO: Kinda scary seeing myself interviewed on television for the first time, but I had tons of fun doing this.

Look everyone. I’m on television!

Brad Mangin made his first television appearance on Chronicle Live.

These six images represent just a few of the 470 scans I need to caption in order to update my online archive.

Off-season project: working on my archive

Captioning my scanned images is a daunting task.

This picture is featured in the film "The Tenth Inning." Nate Schierholtz of the San Francisco Giants bats against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the game at AT&T Park on September 13, 2009 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Brad Mangin)

Mangin photographs featured in Ken Burns film

Many of Brad Mangin’s pictures are featured in “The Tenth Inning.”