Everything that has a beginning….

For over 2 years, I have played for Windmuller Electric. It has been a lot of fun, although we haven’t been the most competitive team. Well, the captain of the team after our last playoff game on Wednesday announced to me he may not get the team back together again. I don’t know where this leaves me to be honest. I feel like I am out in limbo at the moment. Playing that last game was disappointing. Not because of the 4-1 loss, but because of the fact I may have to start out again looking for another team. It took me a long time to find this one, and now I will have to reset the dial again.

So therefore, everything that has a beginning, has an end.

2 Replies to “Everything that has a beginning….”

  1. Saw your photos on SPortsShooter. Great Stuff. I am trying to learn to shoot hockey since my son plays. I have taken THOUSANDS of shots but still having problems with exposure. That damnn ice!

    Any tips? I am using a Canon 300D Reb with 70-200 2.8 (not IS). I’m a rookie. Biggest problem is I can’t seem to get a really consistent histogram. Maybe from dark to middle with spike on the high side. Tried Exposure Compensation and changing ISO. But can’t seem to find the right combo. Also, mainly use auto White but have tried shooting the ice as a white balance reference – THAT was a real nightmare! I mostly shoot at 2.8 also but haver tried auto and sports with VERY sporadic results. Maybe thats just hockey?

    Any tips are appreciated thanks! Keep up the great stuff

    OMG!! trying to get thru this Spam robot thing! i hadda post an anonymous i guess??


  2. The best thing I can tell you is to keep on experimenting.

    I typically shoot:

    800 ISO

    It really depends on the situation, rink, and so on. I can tell you my Nikon D1H can shoot sports photography pretty well. It isn’t top of the line mind you, but it does a great job. I know Canon and Nikon equipment are a little different when it comes to shooting this sport.

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