Ladies Roller Derby

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And now for something completely different...

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There was plenty or argy bargy

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or I had to bump the iso way up

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Quite a hard sport to shoot really, although with 4000 screaming lunatics watching quite fun
Due to the low shutter speeds required when players crashed into each other typically the motion blur detracted from the shot
 
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THAT'S more like it!

lovely work. pity there isn't some decent lighting in the stadium for you to work with.
 
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Id sit real close and use the 24-70 actually, youll need ALL the speed you can.

My exposure was really iso6400, f/2.8 and ss 1/200s and that (apparently) is quite a well lit rink !!
 
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D3s and 200 f/2 would be my pick

shoot at iso10800 and f/2 would give you 1/800s or thereabouts

that'd do the trick. but it might be a little long glass-wise if you're using a 24-70 to get these rippers.

expensive way to get there though!

i can (finally) get 1/1000s under lights at my local showgrounds thanks to my (brand spankers) D3s+200/2.

it certainly came in handy shooting the footy last Saturday night. 200 is shorter than i like for footy, but it's either that, or no pix at all.

(i'll post some up soon'ish)
 

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