What an adventure. I had the opportunity to travel with our new Pro Indoor Football team this past weekend to their opening game in Billings, MT. In case anyone was there, fat chance, I was the fool running around with 2 cameras :lol: . Got the call Tuesday, expecting to be on an airplane late Friday or early Saturday. Got the call Wednesday late that I needed to meet the bus :?: :?: at Midnight Thursday. The league didn't quite have everything together with the airlines, so 15 hours or so after boarding the bus, we arrive in Billings. First thing about indoor football, it is fast, really fast. The smaller field is great to photograph as things are so compressed. The smaller field is horrible to photograph as things now happen so darned fast. And, of course, players hit the boards, often coming right over, so another obstacle to be aware of. I shot with both the D2H and the D70, pre-set WB using a Minolta Color Meter and I think I should have checked the color temp throughout the game, as I believe things were changing as the bulbs heated up. Much more pronounce yellow cast later in the game. Also used flash to supplement and fill as the lighting stunk. ISO 1600, Sigma 120-300 f2.8 on the D2H, Nikon 85 f1.8 on the D70. Here is a link to 15 larger images: http://deweydrive.com/gallery/album28 And here are a few for your immediate perusal: "Yup, I got him :!: " - Bo Bees, Maverick QB, sacked by big John Fields, #95 of the Everett Hawks NIKON D2H    ---    122mm    f/4.0    1/250s    ISO 1600 "Streching for the TD" - Verna Owens, #21, not to be denied NIKON D2H    ---    122mm    f/4.0    1/250s    ISO 1600 "Headed to the End Zone" - Cory Grow, #4, on the way to a TD NIKON D2H    ---    190mm    f/4.0    1/250s    ISO 1600 Oh, the best thing, the Hawks won. I was very glad, as I don't think I would have liked the bus ride home if they hadn't....... Let me know what you think, critiques are more than welcome, as well as suggestions for doing a better job in the future.