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Tag Archives: football
A wet and muddy afternoon watching Norths v GPS rugby.
Used my Nikon 70-200 f2.8 lens for this game. It did a good job, but I had to wait for the game to be played on my side of the field, which was a little frustrating at times. At least those quiet times when the play was on the other side of the field gave me time to dream about a 400mm f2.8……
The Queensland Junior Sundevils American Football team played against a High School representative team from Arizona, USA at Underwood Park on Saturday 11th June.
The weather was miserable, cold and very overcast. Thankfully the rain stayed away until after the final siren, but the cloud cover was thick enough to force me to shoot at ISO levels of 3200 and 6400. Imagine trying to do that 5 years ago? The colours were very rich thanks to the overcast sky, so I’ve decided to process these in black and white, and gave it some decent film grain for a real gritty appearance. Back to the game, it was a dominant performance by the Arizona team. I’m not sure of the final score, but the last I checked midway through the 3rd quarter, Arizona were up 19-0.
Scott Kelby has been using the crop factor of 2.39:1 for some of his recent work (link here for more info).
So I thought I’d try it with a few photos from the game today. Given the angle of the line of scrimmage from where I was sitting, I think it worked out quite well.