Hockey East Quarterfinals, UNH v. UVM

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  1. LBPhotog

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    It was the University of New Hampshire Wildcats vs. the University of Vermont Catamounts in game two of a three game series ... UNH won the first game 7-4 on Friday night, Vermont evened the series with a 1-0 win last night - just a few select images from the game ... kinda boring images but it's been a long time since I had a chance to shoot anything outside of the "controlled environment" so, it took a while to get back into the grove ... game three is tonight, maybe I'll go back (if I can convince the wife to let me out ... :lol:)

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    Your shutter speed is too slow making them look soft and they are a bit overexposed, up the iso to 1600 and use a faster shutter speed
     
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    This is where my camera body has left me lacking ... 1600 would look like a mosaic and is unusable ... I had to compensate with a bit too much PP leaving them looking overexposed ...

    I'm not set up for shooting sports like I used to be - they aren't the best shots but it's been years since I've shot ... just nice to get my feet wet again.
     
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    I would rather have a bit of noise, did you shoot in raw ? if you can get the exposure as near as possible or even overexposed in raw you will get less noise
     
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    Yeah, these were shot in raw, mainly for the white balance issues that I was having.

    As for the noise issue I just learned something, I thought that noise was a constant and no matter the exposure it would look the same ... I do realize you are talking a minimal over exposure (like 1/3 or 1/2 stop) but that's something I will play around with in the future ... thanks. :thumbup:
     

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