The Suns Sets on Indiana’s Game
By the time that basketball season comes around you will hear me grumble a little bit. I really enjoy photographing basketball. What I don’t like is the way that you are confined to photograph it. If you are lucky at a big game you will get a seat on the baseline to shoot. You want to be low for the men’s game so you want a spot on the floor. What I don’t like is the fact that you really can’t move around when you get a hunch. In most other sports I can move freely when I get a feeling. In basketball you are stuck in your spot with a couple of other photogs up against you for the game. It is a fun game to photograph, but it can get frustrating as well. Even with that being said I can’t wait to hear Mackey rocking this coming fall as the Boilers take the floor again. I don’t know if I will be there on the floor or in the stands, but I will be there.
Last night we had a very interesting sunset over the house. I went out with my camera to make a couple of photos of it. I came out from inside my house where the air conditioning was on, and my lens quickly started to fog up. I decided to let it go and see what would happen. I thought that it might add a little dreamy quality to the photo. The colors were good so why not try something new? When you are playing around in your yard why not try something new?
The Week in Photos
This week I feel kind of awkward posting my week in photos post on Exposure as it really just contains the same photos from my Prospect League All Star game story. I took a few out from that story to make my photos of the week this week. Next week will have several events in it as the end of this week is really backloaded. Here is a look at my last week in photos.