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My oldest son plays in an indoor Winter lacrosse league. From a photographic perspective, the lighting is the most challenging I have encountered and I assume this is to avoid blinding the players as they pass the ball. On the plus side, I now fully understand how to configure manual exposure in my camera.
This is a shot of one of one of the ‘attack’ players. ‘Attack’ must stay on the opposing teams side of the field and are not allowed to cross the center line. At this particular time, the other team had the ball, so the attack players and the opposing team’s ‘long pole’ players must watch.
I like the graininess, but I didn’t expect this much grain at ISO 400.
Submitted for The Weekend in Black and White, 24-dec-10