Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by er111a, Jan 27, 2010.
Every dodgeball one is out of focus/bad lighting, I do not like them.
2 is tilted too much and too much lens flare
4, did you edit this one? it looks odd, mainly the shadows at the bottom and the white specs.
6. I dont see anything wrong with this, nothing interesting, but lighting looks ok.
They're awesome, you know they are!
All the basketball/dodgeball are pretty bad, sorry.
The others have some merit and show improvement over some of your previous images.
The 2nd one is horribly crooked, btw.
Practice more and expirement!
Get a tripod!
The sports ones are too dark and some are quite blurry. The outdoor shots just seem to lack a clear subject.
I agree with the rest - When your inside taking those sports shots, with that poor lighting your going to want a higher ISO, A faster shuterspeed and a winder F/.
I'm positive the next shoot will be better. Good luck!
If you enjoy photography, keep practicing. You'll get better at it the more you do it. If your using a basic "point & shoot" (P & S) camera, your results will be limited.
Shooting indoor sports is difficult, even with a bit of experience. To get the best results you will need to use a flash. Preferably off camera, if your shooting with a DSLR.
There's more material available online than you could ever read in one life time.
indoor sports photography - Google Search
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