First Time College Football

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  1. DeepSpring

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    It's only a jr. college but it was still a great time. All comments and critiques welcome

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    Nice shots!!!! :)

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    these do look pretty good! what lens were you using?
     
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    Not bad... I've always wanted to go to one of the high school games around here and try it out.
     
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    I like number 3. I think if you cropped alittle more to the right side and cut out the legs, the focus will be more on the ball
     
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    Thanks you :)

    I was using a 70-200 f/4 L
     
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    Nice work DS!!! one thing that is amazing is what a difference a 2.8 lens can mean over an f/4. I do think some of your night shots suffered because of this but you did capture some great moments. Do you plan on shooting more? I hope you made a good impression so you can continue to practice on this team.
     
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    Thank you. Yeah I really wish I had a 2.8 but it's just so much money at the moment, even for the sigma. The stadium is pretty well lit tho. I could easily get 1/200 - 250 at iso 1600 and my 430ex. Even for when I do day games the DOF from the 2.8 is much nicer. For sure I want to go back.
     
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    These are a little too grainy for my taste, but that's hard to avoid without really expensive glass and better light. #2 takes the cake in my book.
     

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