Monday, November 30, 2009
...shooting the TCU game! Looking forward to hopefully a few more college football games over the next few weeks, but hockey and basketball are coming into focus; literally and figuratively. Here's my favorite photo from the weekend. I think more than just this little are scared of the Horned Frogs!!
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Saturday, November 21, 2009
.....was a fun day up at North Texas shooting Army vs. The Mean Green. Really cloud and overcast; by the time the 2nd half started the light was non-existent! Action was also pretty slow too....17-13 was the final not much happened exciting. Edited, caption, upload...time for beer and pizza! WOW....I am not much for words tonight.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
....ANTS!!! I decide to go out & shoot an 8th grade football game tonight, just minutes from my house and my daughter Claire wanted to go to game as it was.....so it beat sitting home watching TV....But I was certainly in for a surprise as I knelt down on the grass....I put my knee right in the middle of fire ant mound and those little suckers did a number on me! OUCH!!!! Pretty unsightly too! Than I thought about it......out of all the games I have shot this fall only four have been on real grass, 3 of which were at TCU which is in great shape...no mounds there!
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
(pictured to the left; Fossil Ridge coach Tony Bacarini)
....about not being around other photographers is the editing process (atleast for me)......we all go out and shoot images; come back and edit. Than the fun starts....which ten are the best, what ones tell the story better, too many wide, too many vertical the questions abound!!!!
Today, I got to shoot Maddux getting his first haircut....well, I got 40 or so really nice images for the parents....now what are the ten best?
Here are a few........
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Can you believe a HS gym with ISO 3200, shutter speed 1000, f 2.8? Yeah I could have shot at ISO 1600 but I love to stop that damn volleyball....nothing worse than motion blur!! Well, kudos to the new Timber Creek High School in Keller, TX; it gets the award for the brightest high school gym I have ever shot in. BTW the stand were full...and no drop there either....