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D7000 + Ice Hockey, UPDATE

chipshorter

Philadelphia, US
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chipshorter Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Apr 2012
Mon 21-Jan-13 04:50 PM | edited Mon 21-Jan-13 04:51 PM by chipshorter

I wanted to post a quick update for the forum. I had posted last year about not getting what I wanted out of a photo shoot at an Ice Hockey game. Many of you were very helpful in my understanding of how to best utilize my (at the time) new D7000 for the situation I was putting it in.

I wanted to say THANKS!!! again, and say that this time around I was much happier with the results I got.

Now if I could only get the ice to stop being a shade of pink... Next time

Nikon D7000, 85mm@5.6, 1/240, ISO 2500

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billD80

US
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#1. "RE: D7000 + Ice Hockey, UPDATE" | In response to Reply # 0

billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Mon 21-Jan-13 04:22 PM


>
>Now if I could only get the ice to stop being a shade of
>pink... Next time

If you use the Pre setting on White Balance, and use the Ice as targetting something white, you should be all set for the whole game. Really zoom in on the whitest section of ice...

www.billkeane.zenfolio.com

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