Penn State Football Photos -- CC Please

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by BHE, Apr 26, 2009.

  1. BHE

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    I also have these posted in the beginners section but thought this is a more appropriate place to post. Sorry if you looked twice!


    I went to the Blue White game yesterday and was able to get pretty close to the field for some pictures. This set of pictures was taken with a Nikon D80 and Tamron 70-200 2.8 lens. I did very little post editing, mostly cropping.

    Please provide CC and let me know what you think. I would love to make these better.

    Thanks

    1. ISO 100, f 2.8, shutter 1/1600, exposure bias -0.67
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    2. ISO 100, f 2.8, shutter 1/2000, exposure bias -0.67
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    3. ISO 100, f 4, shutter speed 1/1000, exposure bias -0.67
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    4. ISO 100, f 5, shutter speed 1/1600, exposure bias -2.33
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    #3 - the number one rule in ball sports, is that the ball should be in the frame.
     
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    Nice shots, number 2 really stands out to me. Great capture.
     
  4. BHE

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    Thanks, I appreciate the compliment.

    I agree, I would have preferred the ball be in the picture. I am still new to photography; in fact, this was my first chance to shoot a sporting event like this.

    Should the photos have any additional editing?

    Thanks,

    Ed
     

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