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Outside College Football Game Advice

TMort

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"Outside College Football Game Advice"

TMort Registered since 04th Jul 2010
Wed 20-Oct-10 12:16 PM | edited Wed 20-Oct-10 07:45 PM by TMort

I will be using my D7000 during an upcoming game and was wondering if any of you could offer some advice. I have upgraded from a D40 so a lot of the settings I am still learning. I will have a 35mm 1.8, 50mm 1.8 and 18-200mm with me for shooting.

I was hoping to get some advice on where I should have settings for the best shots. IE: Is there an ISO setting you would keep constant? Aperture etc.? I will be taking pics of fans (close ups), full stadium pics and of course the players. I will be located in the South End Zone stands so should be able to get some good TD shots. The Stadium is pretty well lit with the stadium lights, much more than a typical high school game.

Let me know if you need any other info or details in order to give optimal advise. I will post pics unedited (as much as it pains me =p) after the game.

By the way, the game will be Oct. 26, Boise State on ESPN2. =)

Thanks!

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