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Re: The Simo Fibro Combo in ACTION


forgot about that:

Hi Neal,
Very glad you liked them. It was fun to shoot and a good learning opportunity for Julie.

I'd love to say that the image quality was all skill and experience (that certainly plays a part) but the equipment has a lot to do with it. To shoot sports (after anticipating the shot you want) you need lenses that capture all available light (f2.8) and cameras that can stop the action (shutter speeds of 1/320 of a second or faster). The flash heads make it easier to control the light in terms of amount and color. After you've got the image then there's software to crop, correct and enhance images to get to the finished product. For better or worse photography has become a very technology based art!

I do all types of photography (portrait, product, commercial, events, etc.) so please keep me in mind.

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Steve

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Thanks for the info. I'm also wondering, where is the best position for the photogragheer to be positioned when takeing action shots like that? It looks like he was right down on the ice in a couple of those shots! Was he on the players bench? I've tried to take action shots of goalies and they come out looking like crap.
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I think most of the time he was above the glass, he never made it to the bench.
Hope that helps
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Sorry,
          Have to say this.
           -NICE STICK!!-
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SAVE !
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thank God I can still play

Happy New Year
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great photos
you always have your glove in great position also.

does anyone who wears vintage gear actually wear old chest and arm protectors!!(is anyone crazy/stupid enough to?!)
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I wear a 15 year old Vaughn upper body pad with my vintage gear but nothing as crazy as the old 2 piece felt and foam stuff.

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