Sunday, April 27, 2014

Playoff Beard Time

Road trip to Greenville and some ECHL playoff hockey with the Greenville Road Warriors vs the Kalamazoo Wings.  Shooting this game was a challenge at best, the area still had the old style plexiglass and no shooting hole, but a great night of shooting some late season hockey.  Thanks to Mike Burton for the hospitality and the invitation to assist him with the game photos.   Here are a few samples from the game.   


Saturday, April 12, 2014

The place to be in Bethesda on Friday night

Always a great crowd at the annual Prep vs Landon game and this year did not disappoint.   This this game is usually held on a weekday afternoon and this year the game was held on Friday evening at the Georgetown Prep campus.  One of my favorites and here are a few samples.   See the rest of the game shots at www.powerplayphotography.   Also featured on DC Sports Fan and at Inside Lacrosse photo of the week.  

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Then new .com for the f/stop crowd

As was inevitable, the more common and generic top level domains (ie. .com, and .net) are becoming scarce as more and more domains are registered each day.  Earlier this year, ICANN (the group in charge of managing domain names) released the “.photography” domain name.  I felt lucky to be one of the first to stake-out this new domain and was able to register and   Stay tuned and look-out for my new web site dedicated to lacrosse photography.   

Below are a few from the St. Stephens and St. Agnew Spring Fling. Great girls action with 14 high school teams from across the country, including; St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School, Loyola Academy (Illinois), Our Lady of Good Counsel High School, St. Anthony's High School (New York), The Academy of the Holy Cross, Connelly School of the Holy Child, The Rumson Country Day School (New Jersey), Collegiate School, Archbishop John Carroll High School (Pennsylvania), Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Milton High School (Georgia), St. Anne's Belfield School, Agnes Irwin School (Pennsylvania), and Oakton High School.