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    dkennedyde is offline I'm new here!
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    So this has probably been discussed but I was wondering about taking pictures indoors at a College basketball game. In which school a teacher was a big photographer and he has wireless strobes set up in the rafters of the gym. I was wondering what yalls thoughts where on lighting for indoor basketball games. on camera flash doesn't make sense as it would distract the athletes but I don't really want to bump up my iso. Thanks for your thoughts!

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    David Hobby wrote a blog post on this that may help

    Strobist: On Assignment: Speedlighting a College Gym
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    Quote Originally Posted by scootermcq View Post
    David Hobby wrote a blog post on this that may help

    Strobist: On Assignment: Speedlighting a College Gym
    I'd +1 that link, great stuff there.. The man's a lighting genius.
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    It is really hard that wondering about taking pictures indoors at a College basketball game. In which school a teacher was a big photographer.

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