Flames vs Rangers

Last night I went to the hockey game (as I often do). The Calgary Flames were hosting the New York Rangers and this time I decided I’d try to bring a camera along. I didn’t want to bring a proper DSLR with a big white lens that screamsย “HEY LOOK AT ME! I’M TAKING PICTURES!” lol. So I grabbed my Samsung NX100 Mirrorless with a 18-200mm OIS lens. I got to cap off a few shots during the first period, but then during the 2nd some one that works for the Saddledome (Flames Arena) came and told me I couldn’t take pictures with a camera that had interchangeable lenses. I kind of knew even that camera would be a problem, but figured it was wroth a try :).

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Thanks for stopping by, Rob

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19 Comments

    1. I really don’t know for sure there reasoning. I would assume it’s because they have their own photographers set up at the game in the first row and probably sell all the pictures to the news papers and such.

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  1. Great photos, Rob! Funny: you can get fixed-lens cameras that give you all the reach of the NX100.

    As you know, I’m a fan of the Samsung NX cameras. Unfortunately, I pawned all of my cameras yesterday to raise money. You see, I got this hot tip that the Flames would win. Guaranteed, 100 percent lock, or so my source said. So I pawned all of my camera gear, remortgaged the house, borrowed agains the 401(k), drew down my bank account. I also sold a bunch of blood plasma, and I’ve been woozy ever since.

    I also told Vinnie that I’d be good for the rest of the bet. Maybe that was a mistake.

    Of course, we know now how that ended. Vinnie’s already calling, telling me a couple of the boys are going to be coming around . . .

    Oh, well. I guess I should know better than to listen to what some guy tells me on Twitter!

    Cheers,

    Dan

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  2. I saved this post for my son to see today when he came over for Christmas. He is a huge hockey fans (Blackhawks) and I knew he would love your photography! He sure did! Thanks, Rob.

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