This is the blog of professional photographer Rob Skeoch.
I hope you enjoy the postings.
Rob Skeoch is a professional photographer with over 30 years experience.
I've worked primarily as a sports photographer for the past number of years but have moved in new directions. Right now I'm working on a documentary on my father as he battled with cancer.
What I'm shooting with these days
Right now I shoot with the M6 and a couple Zeiss lenses.
For my digital work I usually use the Sony A7R
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Shooting the rest of the game
For the rest of the game I shot from the overhead position with a 70-400 lens. I usually use the 300mm F2.8 when shooting overhead but I wanted to try the zoom out.
I had to push the ISO up to 3200 which is the limit for this camera.
My overhead position was right on the red line so I could easily shoot both goals. Most of the shots are isolated action but there were a couple nice scrambles in front of the net. Again nothing earth shattering but a fun night overall. Rob Skeoch