Need sports shooter baseball critique, please.

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  1. Click

    Click TPF Noob!

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    Please comment and give feedback. Good and bad welcome!
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    Moving this thread to the General Gallery , since it does not follow the guidelines for posting in the 'Photo Critique' section.
     
  3. Click

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    I was actually trying to find the delete button when you moved it. I am thankful and was woried i would have been given some bad replies had it stayed. I owe you one.
     
  4. SantosD50

    SantosD50 What!! There's a ranking system?

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    Nice series! Great work!
     
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    Hoppy No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #9 the batter striking the ball could look better cropped low and panaramic like, just above the green bottle and exit light in the background. Maybe a little sellective cropping on some of the others to help concentrate the eye on the action.This is only my opinion. :blushing:
    The shots are excellent all pin sharp. Try a slower shutter speed aswell next time to get some action blur.
    Also it makes life a little easier for viewers if shots are numbered.
     
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    I love to see someone who seems to have a handle on what he is doing. My guess is you have done this once or twice before. I like them all a lot, they have what writers call tension. That's a very good thing.
     
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  8. Jeff Canes

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    Nice over all series, # s 2, 3, 5 & 10 seem a little to tightly framed or cropped; the color look good in all except # 12 maybe try tweaking the levels or shadows; my favs or #s 1, 3, 6
     
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    Good series....you must be a bseball fan.
     

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