S-League Shoot @ Hougang Stadium (Friday 11th June)


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Hi guys, good news for those who want to have their hands-on in shooting soccer... there will be a cage setup for photographers at the corner of the pitch.

Please note that 70-200mm is the recommended mimimum...
There is no limit on number of photographers but we will have to adhere to the restrictions...
- No Flash
- Keep within boudaries of cage set up

Please leave your names for those who are keen.

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Anyone shooting film? ;) lol. I'll be shooting with an EOS 1N and 70-200 f2.8L .. Wonder how many rolls of 1600 film i shld buy..
 

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Heard that the photos of the last S-League shoot has been published on page 2 of Photoi, anybody seen them yet??
 

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Anyone can advise on the typical exposure during a S-League game? I only have a 75-300 f4-5.6. Dunno if can "make it" or not. Please advise.

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Recommended shooting speed is 1/500s...
F3.2 or F4 is just pushing it at ISO1000 for a bright stadium.

Considering that you'll shoot at 300mm frequently you'll be struggling with f5.6, not to mention the focusing speed.

Just sharing from the little I know...

Anybody knows how bright is Hougang stadium in comparison to Jln Besar?
 

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willyfoo said:
Recommended shooting speed is 1/500s...
F3.2 or F4 is just pushing it at ISO1000 for a bright stadium.

Considering that you'll shoot at 300mm frequently you'll be struggling with f5.6, not to mention the focusing speed.

Just sharing from the little I know...

Anybody knows how bright is Hougang stadium in comparison to Jln Besar?
How bright is it? Brighter than National Stadium I hope.
 

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Jalan Besar stadium is the brightest of all.. Hougang stadium should be dimmer.

At Jalan Besar, i was getting 1/320 ~ 1/400 @ ISO 1600 @ f2.8

Hougang would probably be arnd 1/200 - 1/250 ... @ f2.8

A f2.8 lens will definetely be recommended.. f5.6 will probably give you shutter speeds arnd 1/100 - 1/125 .. quite a struggle to shoot sports with that speed.. Unless you wanna try other stuffs - Panning..
 

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