basketball game

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  1. mhbethea

    mhbethea TPF Noob!

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    ok need C&C shoting a basketball game nikon d3100 55-300 4.5 ISO 3200 300mm f/6.3 1/125

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    next ISO3200 52mm f/6.3 1/125

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    next 3200 68mm f/5.0 1/125

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    i am wishing i had the 70-200 f/2.8 but working with what i have just wanting to get better thanks


     
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    ok number 2 should be this picture
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    1/125 is just to long a shutter speed for action sports. You'll need at least 1/250, and most of the time you'll need 1/500. However, shooting at the peak of the action, when movement has virtually stopped, helps.
    Action moving perpendicular to (at or away from) the image sensor is easier to stop than action that is moving parallel to the image sensor.

    Learn more about how to set the white balance properly: Understanding White Balance and Page 87 of your D3100 user's manual (on the disc)

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