More College Basketball

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by Kenny32, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. Kenny32

    Kenny32 TPF Noob!

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    Well now that the regular season is over with for my school it's time to go through all of my photos...I'll be posting throughout the week with more photos, but here are some.

    1. Shot with 2 Hensel 500 strobes at 1/2 power bounced off of the ceiling. 1/250 640 ISO 50mm 1.8 at F/2.8 and Nikon D300

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    2. Same as 1
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    3. Dipsy Doo Dunkaroo D200 ISO 2000 1/320 70-200 F/2.8
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    nice shots, you time it pretty well. They allow you to flash photography during basketball game?
     
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    The strobes are placed to my left and right about 20 feet off of the floor. (At the top of the bleachers)...I asked the players what they though of the lights and they said they don't even notice it when they're playing. The coach says he loves it because he can show prospective athletes that they get good media coverage. And for a non-scholarship program (We aren't even D3) it can make all of the difference. Referees have never said anything bad to me and one even joked that it made him feel like he was in the "big time."

    Heres one more:

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