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great photos. just hurts seeing the empty stands knowing there is no twelfth man support for hawaii home games.

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Fabulous photos as usual!

For the photographers on the field, how does the field lighting compare to Aloha Stadium? Brighter? Dimmer? Can the lighting be a reason for the many dropped passes by both teams? Mahalo!!
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My3Cats wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:22 am Fabulous photos as usual!

For the photographers on the field, how does the field lighting compare to Aloha Stadium? Brighter? Dimmer? Can the lighting be a reason for the many dropped passes by both teams? Mahalo!!
the way both teams were dropping catchable balls last week, I was thinking if it was the lighting too

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My3Cats wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:22 am Fabulous photos as usual!

For the photographers on the field, how does the field lighting compare to Aloha Stadium? Brighter? Dimmer? Can the lighting be a reason for the many dropped passes by both teams? Mahalo!!
Not as bright as the stadium but not enough to be an excuse.
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Irse wrote: Wed Sep 22, 2021 9:53 am
My3Cats wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:22 am Fabulous photos as usual!

For the photographers on the field, how does the field lighting compare to Aloha Stadium? Brighter? Dimmer? Can the lighting be a reason for the many dropped passes by both teams? Mahalo!!
Not as bright as the stadium but not enough to be an excuse.
I agree. Ching Field lights are not like public park lights. They are good enough to do TV broadcasts. If anything, especially on kicks and longer passes it might be the wind. The first two games were not real windy but there was a good breeze at times that could be felt at field level. At Aloha Stadium, many times it was windy outside or up in the upper deck, but at field level it could be calm. I think the tall stands and wind direction made a difference. Ching Field stands are obviously much lower and don't surround the field. On the other hand, lack of concentration and poor techniques probably play a bigger role.

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Mahalo plenty for the Ching Field insights!
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