saturday morning shots

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  1. deadjoe

    deadjoe TPF Noob!

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    i like 3 and 6 best
    it was my first attempt at sports shots and i found out it's actually very very difficult to take a good action shot, its not something i want to persue anyway, i prefer street photography...

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    Very nice images. I really like 2,4 and 5
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    interesting series!!! nice b&w here
     
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    I like the action in the first shot.
     
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    good action shot #1, i see what you mean about action shots #3 really fast food :lol: !!!!! nice series.
     
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    nice pics, ive been a footballer since i was 4..
     
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    i really like the first and second ones :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    For you not wanting to persue this subject, your attempts INTO the subject are very good! My favourites are the first and the last photo. I like the angle you chose for the last, and the lighting you managed to achieve.
     
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    hey dj...gotta tell ya, i just love the 2nd one best...just the different look..the whole concept of the shot...but hey, the others are great too.... but the soccer ball shot stopped me.... very cool.
     
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    thanks dudes :)
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    These are all really good. The first one is a spot-on action shot, very well done. :thumbup:

    You have a really good eye, DJ. All of your compositions have just an extra padding of "zip" to them that really lifts them up. #s 4 through 6, in particular. :)

    I don't think you should focus on pursuing anything in particular; you've a knack for pulling good shots out of any situation you seem to wander into. Just go with that for awhile. :D
     
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    i wonder about this sometimes, because many people focus on pursuing one subject but i just carry my camera and shoot anything that takes my fancy, i'm not sure whether focussing on a single subject and perfecting my photography of that one thing would be good, i have a pretty damned short attention span so i don't think i could even do it if i tried, i guess my "shoot anything that moves (or doesn't)" suits my personality, jack of all trades, master of none ;-)

    thanks
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