Night Lacrosse -Duke vs Cornell

Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by Oldtime, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. Oldtime

    Oldtime

    Jul 5, 2006
    Durham, NC
    From Tuesdays game ISO 1600 SS 650-800
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  2. Randy

    Randy

    May 11, 2006
    i like the last 3 considering the light
    i wouldn't have posted the 1st 2.....no offense intended of course
    i'm not sure why you would push iso to 1600 to get a ss >
    1/500 but it shows (sorry)...this is why I quit this bad habit of night sports, at least until hs fb season starts again
     
  3. ZBaum

    ZBaum Guest

    Very nice Mark. Sure looks like Duke can draw quite the crowd for any of their sporting events.
     
  4. Oldtime

    Oldtime

    Jul 5, 2006
    Durham, NC
    Thanks Randy
     
  5. Oldtime

    Oldtime

    Jul 5, 2006
    Durham, NC
    Thanks, they always have a pretty good crowd maybe 1500 at this game
     
  6. ZBaum

    ZBaum Guest

    Wow. We're lucky if we've been able to get 100 so far this season. And our team is undefeated (6-0), winning their games by an average of 11 points. We are a Division III team, but that's still pretty impressive to me. It's kind of disappointing that our Division I hockey team gets 4000+ fans a night, and our DIII sports who often have much better records (our hockey team finished 10-18-8) get few fans at their games. For example, our baseball team is 8-0, and their first home game is coming up on the 28th. I'd be surprised if the stands were full, but if they are, it sure would be great to see.
     
  7. Kurt

    Kurt

    561
    May 30, 2006
    North Boston, NY
    Oldtime, the first two seem to have quite a bit more noise than the rest. Were those underexposed and the others not? If not, what do you think the difference was?
     
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  8. Oldtime

    Oldtime

    Jul 5, 2006
    Durham, NC
    The 1st 2 were at the other end of the field at 300mm in a dark spot on the field
    the rest where in better light-- closer in at 120-220 mm
    That's the difference
     
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