Sports photography can be a lot of fun, but my problem is that I do it so often it becomes a routine so I have to work really hard to keep my shots interesting. This blog, I tried something a little different, instead of just peak action moments...
I like the framing on this shot. For once, a blurry referee actually did something for the photo.
This isn't even action at all, but I like these kinds of shots. The ref is kind of neat in the background, too. I wish I'd had a better lens, as the focal length and the crop was pretty much maxed on this photo.
This isn't even action, but it's still such a part of the game when the frontier "superheroes" show up to cheer on the team. A frontier graduate, Ethan, even managed to slip in. :)
But... peak action can still be fun. :) And I'm glad, too, because Tori may be a great friend, but she would have KILLED me if I didn't get that shot... :)
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