Another weekend of sports.

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  1. ronlane

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    Some from Saturday afternoon at D-II school here in Oklahoma.

    All shot with 1D mk IV, 70-200mm f/2.8 with 4 of the 5 using a 1.4x TC.

    1) f/4.0, 120mm, 1/1600 at ISO 400 with the 1.4x TC.

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    2) f/4.5, 160mm, 1/2000 at ISO 500 with the 1.4x TC.

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    3) f/4.0, 280mm, 1/2000 at ISO 320 with 1.4x TC.

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    4) f/4.0, 225mm, 1/2000 at ISO 320 with 1.4x TC.

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    5) f/2.8, 130mm, 1/2000 at ISO 500 no TC used.

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    Some very good action shots....
     
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    That's what I was gonna say;)
     
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
     
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    I like the "aerials." :) :thumbyo:

    Most of my pass receptions are with 'feet on the ground,' so I rarely see that. So when it does happen, I am usually surprised.
    Even watching the practice, I rarely see jump catches. Maybe our coach does not teach them that and/or make them practice it.

    I see the aerials often in soccer, the jumping head butt on the ball.
     
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    Good stuff!
     
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    I think if I saw the guy in number 1 charging at me I would just hand him the ball lol

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    Thanks, around here in college, I see receivers jumping a lot. Everyone wants that OBJ one hander spectacular catch.

    Thanks John.

    Yeah the size of these guys today makes me glad I played many years ago.
     

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