7th Grade FH, Deja Vu...

Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by Aqualung, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. I seem to be a magnet for challenging light this week. Today my daughter had another FH game, and it was New England weather at its best again. Only today it was reverse from yesterday; the game started dark and stormy, and it did sprinkle. But then for the 2nd half, the sun came out....

    D300 & Siggy 120-300, no TC.

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  2. tjk60

    tjk60

    Dec 4, 2007
    troy, mi
    you are the FH master Chris, I like 2, 3 9, and 10 pf this group even tho 9 does not show a competitior, it cool light.... (or warm as it may be!)
     
  3. Very nice Chris will be shooting Mandys game on Tuesday
     
  4. kiwi

    kiwi

    Jan 1, 2008
    Auckland, NZ
    lovely, just lovely, light and exposure spot on mate...that grass looks too long though [email protected]!
     
  5. thanks Tim, getting lots of practice :smile:

    Thanks much Mike, will look forward to your pix.

    Thanks Darren, oh yeah, the ball was lost many times...
     
  6. Dennis Carter

    Dennis Carter

    Jun 29, 2007
    USA
    Excellent stuff, Chris!

    Miss Siggy appears to be treating you well. Have you experienced any AF hiccups from it?
     
  7. Thanks Dennis! No, it is slow to acquire focus sometimes, if I switch quickly from spot to spot...I think Randy mentioned this as well...esp compared to the Nikon 300.
     
  8. niknd501

    niknd501

    May 13, 2006
    Illinois
    Chris you handled the lighting extreamly well. Good action here and a nice job with the faces and those all important eyes.

    Well done.
     
  9. Thank you kindly Rod...