Sports Photography

2012 Christmas and Holiday Cards – Wilbraham, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, CT, MA Photographer

Posted in Cards, Event Photography, Photography Blog, Portrait Photography, Sports Photography

Holiday cards at an affordable price… and YOU don’t need to take the pictures! My package includes a one-hour session fee, 100 greeting cards with envelopes of one shot chosen from your session (with over 40 designs to choose from) for a great low price of only $150*! Book before October 31st and I’ll include a free 8″x10″ (unframed) of the photo you choose for your holiday cards! This is a great way to update your family portrait. Back for 2012!! Along with my standard offer, this year, I am offering a premium line of Folded Cards** that are sure to please: I...

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Win a BlackRapid Camera Strap

Posted in Event Photography, Portrait Photography, Sports Photography, Stock Photography, Technology

It doesn’t get any better than this! Great promotion from a company that keeps adding great features and great products! I’ve used Zenfolio for years now, and I love their service! English Home Home Check out both, you’ll be happy you...

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Bentley Alumnae Game – Wilbraham, MA Photographer

Posted in Event Photography, Photography Blog, Sports Photography

My wife is a Bentley grad and played basketball there… every year they have an Alumnae game and it’s great fun! All pictures from this event can be viewed in my GALLERY. Coach Stevens (center) recently had her 800th win… only a rare few are in her company! It’s hard to remember when our own kids were this small… they grow so fast! It wouldn’t be any fun if there weren’t a couple of wise guys in the crowd 🙂 A little bit of creative fun… And last, but not least, there was a great basketball game too!

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Cheetahs AAU – Clark U Tourney

Posted in Photography Blog, Sports Photography

Sports photography can always be challenging – there’s always something that can cause you to not have an ideal lighting situation. Outdoor sports are usually successful in that you mostly have good light – mostly because, if it’s getting dark, there’s not much you can do to make it more LIGHT OUT! Also, on extremely sunny days, there isn’t much you can do to make the sun be less bright – you can adjust your f/stop and shutter speed, etc. but at the end of the day a very bright and sunny day can cause some nasty shadows. Speaking of ideal lighting...

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Falcon LAX

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