Except this time around, my camera is still in the shop. So I’ve been using my wife’s DSLR which is a nice camera, it’s just not as capable as mine is so it started off a little different than I was used to.
Then I discovered the Nikon Professional Services booth inside the media centre at UBC which loans all kinds of gear out to photographers to use during the games. As you can imagine, it’s like a kid in a candy store:
I got back up and running with gear I can currently only dream of owning including a Nikon D3 and D300s camera bodies along with a 14-24mm f2.8 lens and the massive 400mm f2.8 lens:
So far, I’ve already shot about 50 gigs of photos over the course of two days. I’ve attended a number of Ice Sledge Hockey games and Wheelchair Curling with more to come later today and this weekend.
So for now, here’s just a small sampling of photos that I’ve shot with lots more coming once I have a chance to process and upload them all.
The rest of the photoset can be found on Flickr and I’ll be adding to it shortly.