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    Michigan vs Rutgers From the Sidelines

    I had the opportunity to photograph the Michigan Wolverines' visit to Piscataway to take on Rutgers back in October. It was a rainy and dark evening, and the poor lighting at High Point Solutions Stadium made things tough, but it was fun to be back on the field for a D1 football game!

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    Great stuff Mark!!!
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    78-0! Go Blue. Like the post-game shot of Jibril after he swapped his hat for Chesson's visor. Any idea why he did that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateo View Post
    78-0! Go Blue. Like the post-game shot of Jibril after he swapped his hat for Chesson's visor. Any idea why he did that?
    Honestly I'm not sure why Jabrill went for the visor. It took me a minute to catch up to him after the last play as I was trying to get a wider angle lens on my primary body with the goal of getting a shot of his family in the stands with him in the foreground. Alas the effort was in vain, but I couldn't let that missed shot ruin what was an incredible experience overall!

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    Great stuff, too bad it's UMich and not MSU, though....Go Spartans!

    What camera/lens combination were you shooting with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANITIX87 View Post
    Go Spartans!
    Gross!!

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    What camera/lens combination were you shooting with?
    Most of the action shots were taken with the D500/150-600S combo, with a few of the other ones being shot with the D7100/Tamron 70-200VC. I have the EXIF turned on for Flickr, so it should all be there. Most of the D500 stuff was shot at ISO 10,000 or higher... High Point is incredibly dark by college stadium standards!

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