Youth Hockey at Providence Bruins Nov 2

Youth Hockey at Providence Bruins

Youth Hockey at Providence Bruins

Youth hockey has become my favorite activity to shoot, besides Intermission performances at Providence Bruins games during this season long internship that has only just begun.

One of the main reason, for liking shooting the youth hockey, is the ability to shoot from either the Providence Bench or the Visiting Bench during the pre-games, 15 minute pre-skate, the Intermission skates between the Providence Bruins periods, and the post-game. As much as getting Ice level access to the games is fun, shooting though the horrible glass is very difficult and is a challenge in itself to get some good photos, along with the speed that the players.

Shooting the Intermission Performances at Providence Bruins games, is fun and challenging because you do not have a lot of light, and sometimes using a flash is not the best idea. In the main lobby in Providence at the Dunkin Donuts Center, the celling is too far away to bounce and spread the light around, but sometimes you do not need a flash. In the secondary lobby a flash can be used because the celling is at normal height, and the flash can be bounced to accommodate the lower lighting conditions. During a day game, which I have not had the opportunity to do intermission performances at the sun might play a factor, for some games and not others. This will depend on what time of year it is and how sunny a day it will be. During the winter months mostly you would not think that the sun would be a factor. I will find this out during the next few months.