These are images captured at the August 31, 2018 Redmond High School vs. St. Helens Junior Varsity game on Friday 8-31-2018.
The following is a LINK to the photo gallery. These are LARGE – High Quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. They were captured with Canon Professional Photography equipment. Use a tablet, pc monitor, laptop, iPad, or stream to your HDTV. Sit back and enjoy. We certainly did.
Click the link below…
Click on the first photo
Click on the SLIDESHOW icon in the upper right of your screen.
These images were captured Friday evening 9/2/2016 in Redmond, OR USA. The Redmond Panthers played Jefferson from Portland, OR. This was a smash mouth football game!
Bill Dahl is a photographer residing in central Oregon. His photographs have over 2 Million Views on FLICKR and over 3 Million +1’s on Google. Photography Awards are too numerous to mention here – but see the Photography Awards tab at the top of the main page of this site to see a number of them.
I shoot with Canon Professional Gear – a Canon EOS 7D with a Canon f 2.8 70-200MM telephoto lens and a Canon 2X extender. (shooting over 600 MM – ISO under the lights was 5000 – f5.6 due to 2X telephoto extender…high speed continuous shooting – tripod)…Prints and enlargements are available by contacting me…
I have created two albums from this game vs. Jefferson.
CLICK on one of the two the LINK(s) below – then – click SLIDESHOW (FLICKR Photo Album) or click on the first image you see (Google Photo Album) then click the arrows to move to the next image. These images are VERY high quality and are NOT intended to be viewed on a mobile phone – use a computer monitor, your HDTV, Mac, iPad, notebook or a PC.
For future games – if parents, friends or family want specific PLAYER PROFILE action photos during any future game – I can do that too. GREAT GIFTS!!! CONTACT ME – – – Enlargements and prints are available.
This was a FANTASTIC football game!!!
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