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  1. VirtualPhotographyStudio

    VirtualPhotographyStudio TPF Noob!

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    This year, I agreed to photograph my daughters swim team. I wanted to get some different angles and viewpoints from the meets. Here is an image taken of a racer that is set and the race is about to start.
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    Andrew
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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Interesting, and I would like to see some more "swimming photos" from you, maybe over in the General Gallery or so - my daughter is very much into competitive swimming, too, so our daughters share a "hobby" (it is hard work, actually!). And for different angles on swimming or competition photos I recommend you check out this link:

    http://www.swimpics.de/html/ndm2005.html

    This guy is specialised on photographing swim meets and events here in Germany. (There are THOUSANDS of photos there).
     
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    #1: Partial head out of focus is distracting. I think you should either make that person main subject, capture whole head, leaving blured background, or take a shot from a different angle (which would be tricky as you're not a moskito capable of standing onto water surface)

    #2: Again partial head, plus distracting part bottom left.

    Both: Too dark boddies, try using fill-in flash
     

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