I haven’t really been able to play hockey for a few months now, which I’m not too thrilled about. But I have had more time to watch the boys play. They’re starting up a new league sometime after Easter, which will be some of the Max Damage boys’ first time on skates. For now, I shot some photos at the Iceoplex at Southpointe at a recent Beavers game.
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Along with the music stuff, any sports shoots will go up here as well. Since the husband’s on about a billion hockey teams, this means you’ll be seeing a lot of hockey photos. The guys have been playing on a deck league up at Hotshots in Canonsburg for awhile now, but this is the first time I’ve been able to make it up to a game.
I’m posting this as a lesson to photographers everywhere. If you notice that EVERYONE you are photographing is looking up, maybe you should see just what’s so damn interesting up there. Otherwise, you might get hit with a hockey ball. Just sayin’
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The winner for “Best Place to See Unusual Folk Music” went to Morning Glory Coffeehouse.
Finally, the reason I actually went up to New York in the first place, David Bergman’s workshop.
The workshop was a lot of fun, and extremely useful. Of course, my “gear to buy” list just got a whole lot longer. If you’re looking for a lighting workshop, I’d definitely recommend this one.
I didn’t spend much time taking photos, but I did get a few sort of behind the scenes shots.
Edible Red was nice enough to come out and pose for us for the day. Here they are demonstrating “The Band Stagger”.
It was really interesting to watch David set up shots, and also talk through his thought process. So glad that I went, and I really can’t wait to try out some new lighting techniques.
The last of my photos from Saturday, these are all the street shots that I got while I was walking around.
Then, off to Cake Shop. It’s a record store, a bar, and a live music venue. Oh, and they have cake. I was so excited when I went downstairs to see that the ceiling of the stage was lit all over with white Christmas lights, but they turned them off before the bands started. Don’t they care about my lighting needs?