A little over a week ago, I had the opportunity with Roberts Camera and the Indiana Fuel to lead a Sports Photography workshop. Myself and a group of 16 individuals went to photograph a Indiana Fuel hockey game vs the Cincinnati Cyclones. It was a fantastic game, even though I think most of us wished that the Fuel had played a little better.
(Nikon D5, 4000ISO, Nikon 70-200F2.8E PF VR3@102mm. 1/800th@F2.8)
It’s not the first sports photography workshop I’ve led, in fact we usually do one with the Indy Eleven and we are even talking about trying to do basketball and football ones this season also. That’s my shot above. I shot more of John the IndyFuel Photographer wearing his helmet than of the game, so I got really lucky with that shot. Wish the puck was a little further outside of the glove too, but I could find a reason to complain about any photo I’ve taken. Anyway, enough rambling. Check Roberts camera’s education page for more workshops coming up of all kinds! And now check out some of the shots from the students at the Fuel game!
(Photo by John Wikman of Whiteshark Photography. Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon 70-200F2.8IS)
(Photo by Carrie Falck. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Canon 70-200F2.8II)
(Photo by Jenny Danek. Nikon D750, Nikon 70-200F2.8)
(Photo by John Toksoy. Nikon D810, Nikon 70-200F2.8)
(Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 70-200F2.8IS)
(Photo by Steve Cage. Shooting info unavailable)
(Photo by Zwang Photography. Shooting info unavailable)
(Photo by John Bailey, Nikon D750, Nikon 70-200F2.8)
(Photo by Dave Pfister. Nikon D3100, Nikon 24-70F2.8)
(Photo by David Marshall, Canon 60D, 18-270 Lens)
(Photo by Garret Hedeen. Nikon D610, Tamron 70-200F2.8VC)
(Photo by Josh Herd Jr. Canon 7D, Canon 70-200F2.8)
(Photo by Amber Overton. Canon Rebel T3. Canon 75-300)
(Photo by Lance Goyke. Nikon D7200, Nikon 70-200F2.8).