In it, they run through the logistics of trying to be in the right place at the right time, changing technology for getting images back to their news organizations and when and where photographers can get extra creative in their shots.
"You need to have a very unique trait inside, to go running out on the iron," says Kevin Sabbagh, 24, a fifth-generation ironworker known as Woogie. "You have to be able to block out how high up in the air you are. … My partner and I, we look down every once in a while. We look, we chuckle and say, ‘Wow,’ and we go back to work."