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Play Ball!

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After being constricted to shooting inside dark dungy for almost two months covering college and high school basketball it was time to get out side in the nice weather (well kind of nice) and shoot some baseball.

I head over to Perrysburg High School to shoot the varsity baseball game. My original plan was to do a remote some  were but I got there a little late and there wasn’t a really good spot to put it because most high school fields suck with shooting positions.
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WNIT: Syracuse at Bowling Green

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About two weeks ago after I covered my last high school basketball game I thought basketball season was over. But little to he hold the Bowling Green Falcons got a first round bye in the Womens National Invitational Tournament and would host Syracuse at home. This being one of very few tournaments held at Anderson Arena it turned out to be a very exciting game.

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Best two hockey games of my career so far!

 

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The #16 Ohio State Buckeyes were in town so I couldn’t pass down the opportunity. Little did I know would this be the best two days of shooting hockey that I have ever had! I covered #1 Notre Dame a few weeks ago and nothing compared to the big hitting Buckeyes of the Big Ten. 

I got to the the arena pretty early because I wanted to set up a remote but I forgot my cable from the pocket wizards to the camera.  Go figure! I guess next time I should check my bag before I head to a shoot next time. 

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Motor City Bowl: Central Michigan vs. Florida Atlantic

 

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Ford Field were the Detroit Lions are 0-16 is were I was last night, shooting the Motor City Bowl between Mid American Conference Central Michigan Chippewas and Sun Belt Florida Atlantic Owls. At least one thing was for sure it might be the best football game played in Ford Field this year! Continue reading