Sandpoint’s 2012 powder puff game featured some good competition with the class of 2014 taking home their second straight victory. For more photos from this game and to order prints visit my website at this link.
The first round of the Inland Empire League boys soccer playoffs featured the Moscow Bears visiting the Sandpoint Bulldogs. Sandpoint was victorious in this first round and moves on to the championship game against Lakeland. More photos can be viewed and prints can be ordered from my website at the following links.
Full Gallery Links: This Game / Entire 2012 Soccer Season
Homecoming week in Priest River means that annual Powder Puff Football Game. Check out this handful of photos from the games and click here to visit my website for more photos or to buy prints!
For the past few years I have been very blessed to be able to work with the Sandpoint Junior Tackle organization providing their team photos. I was excited for this year’s team photos because in the off season I have upgraded to some much more powerful flashes than the speed lights I have used in previous years. The new lights worked great and gave me more creative options to work with. Not only is our lighting better this year but I also redesigned all of the templates that we used for the final prints. Here are a few samples of the final images.
P.S. you will see the initials “E.M.A.D. on some of these templates, if you are not familiar with that it stands for “Every Man A Dog” Sandpoint Football’s motto. In between taking the different team’s photos I was able to shoot some action photos. For more photos from the games and to order prints you can visit the gallery on my website at these links:
Paul is a senior soccer player from Lakeland High School, we captured some fun images at a number of different locations in Rathdrum and then finished up our time at the High School to take some sports themed photos.
This next photo is one of my favorites from the entire senior photo season, we set up this shot to look like it was taken after dark and then I turned the stadium lights on in Photoshop.