Baseball critique

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  1. Forest Power Ranger

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    Can any one critique these pictures for me? And tips and advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm just starting out in sports photography and really love it and would really enjoy any advice. Thanks.

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  2. Forest Power Ranger

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    Bump...... Anyone out there?
     
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    Great timing. a couple shots have a little smudged blur. most of them have way too much saturation.. and the first one is cropped too tight
     
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    Thanks! Oh and I think that smudged blur might be caused by the fence I was shooting through :banghead:
     
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    highter shutter speed, needs to be more in the range of 1000-2000
     
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    Anyone else have any tips?
     
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    Your biggest problem is your lens is not long enough at 200mm these must be cropped to hell
     
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    Jimmy have no money :(
     
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    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thats the big problem with sports photography its very expensive, it has cost me
     
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    Learn the limits of your equipment. 200mm can be ok for shooting the batters if can get a good spot about 1/3 the way to 1st base
     
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    Is there a side of the batter that is more "flattering"? Righties, lefties? What are some interesting shots? Can you post some examoles? Thanks! :D
     

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