Frisbee Golfing

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  1. Pinus strobus

    Pinus strobus TPF Noob!

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    I took my camera out frisbee golfing last fall and decided to play around with a few recently. A few questions about these pics.

    In the first it looks like he is missing his right arm, do you think that is distracting or does it look ok?
    In the second photo do the colors look ok?
    Does the third look too bright?
    The last one is me.

    Any C&C is welcome. Thanks.

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    hmmm...that course looks familiar - I think I know which course but can't remember the name, but I think it is north of the cities?

    The first shot looks fine to me, but I think that is mostly because I know exactly how he is throwing due to the fact that I play a little myself - but I could see how it might look funny to someone else.

    You are shooting around the hardest part of the day - I'm guessing mid-afternoon? The sun is harsh giving you super bright areas, and areas in dark shadow - almost impossible to avoid unless you use some fill flash.
     
  3. Pinus strobus

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    The course is in Annandale, a nice 12 hole course.

    Yeah these were taken in the middle of the day. I will have to try again in the evening sometime.

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