Girls Hockey Tournament

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  1. Canoncan

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    It started with a team cheer
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    Then the Action
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    Help the Injured
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    Gracious Winners
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    Happy Team
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    Great series. I love sports photos, especially youth sports.

    A quick question. Do you use a flash?

    The rink my son plays in is too dark and I cant wait till my flash comes in.

    Thanks for sharing.


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    Really great series. Having recently attempted my first sports shots I can appreciate how difficult it can be to get a good shot. Very nicely done :thumbsup:
     
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    Peter , those did come out very nice. Looks sharp on the work monitor.

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    I normally do. This was a brand new arena and I had to shoot through glass for most of the shots. Since it was new ,the glass was crystal clear. If I had used a flash it would have reflected back. The arena was extremely well lit. I adjusted the white balance on the camera for flourescent lights and used 800 asa. 75-300mm lens. The sport are a lot of fun. I agree.
     

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