A Selection of Football shots :)

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by Lensmeister, Oct 9, 2008.

  1. Lensmeister

    Lensmeister TPF Noob!

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    Just a selction of shots from a local club.

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    What sorta shutter speed were u running?
     
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    Always good to see you around, Meister Neil! :D
    These frozen moments-in-time photos always make them look so funny!
    I'm sure they HATE themselves in the photos, with their expressions and awkward positions, but then, without a camera freezing that moment, no one would EVER see things like this for to our eyes they're in constant (here even FAST) motion! But on the other hand: to see yourself airborne is a cool sight, isn't it :D.
     
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    Thanks LaFoto ..... the Big Old BHaldy devil is Bronek, a really nice bloke and he always likes his photos ... and has been know to pose after scoring ... LOL.

    TUX424: I use a Sigma 70-210mm APO f/2.8 lens and set it for the widest apature just to make sure I freeze action. So various shutter speeds is the answer.

    a Note to other photogs wanting to take sports ... avoid the sports modes on cameras, and always use the widest apature to make sure you get the shot. Old pro trick ;)

    Thanks for the comments :)
     

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