SOFTBALL!...HASSEL!

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    Picture that i took two years ago in seattle...
    the second one, one of the photographers told me it's a picture that hard to take...=]
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    I really like number 1, how the 2 players are in the same position in movement. I wish the first person was in focus though.
     
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    thanks :D more feedback? :O
     
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    I'm looking for a zoom to take softball shots. What do you recommend?
     
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    Good shots!

    In #2, is that a guy relieving himself in the bushes? :lmao:
     
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    Now that is funny!
     
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    Unless i am mistaken looks like that person is wearing capri's and i don't know about other places but where i live guys tend not to wear them :)


    Knowing what kind of camera body you have would be good if you want a more specific recommendation, but a high zoom lens would a good job like a 70-200mm. Being outside lighting shouldn't be to much of a problem so you wouldn't require that fast of a lens.


    As the for the pictures!!!
    In #1 it seems to me that the person in the front is out of focus and it is focused on the person in the back.

    In #2 maybe turn up the shutter speed a bit to stop the blur on the hand.

    Overall these are pretty good :D
     
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