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Got to step up a level, well actually a couple of levels for the weekend. Small college and the game was at 1:00 pm local time.

All images shot with 7D mk II, 70-200mm f/4L, AV at f/4 and the minimum shutter of 1/1000 of a second and using exposure compensation when needed.

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Well you clearly got a good copy of the 7dm2. Very nice photos
 

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I like to see the faces of the players if possible; #5 has the best lighting and the best exposure/processing setting for a good view of the faces of the receiver and the official; the defender has a tinted facemask, so we cannot see his eyes at all. I'd kind of like to see the faces on the earlier frames.
 
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#5 is an excellent shot!

Thank you.

Well you clearly got a good copy of the 7dm2. Very nice photos

Thank you, I am very happy with it. Just had to do the firm ware upgrade the first couple of days.

I like to see the faces of the players if possible; #5 has the best lighting and the best exposure/processing setting for a good view of the faces of the receiver and the official; the defender has a tinted facemask, so we cannot see his eyes at all. I'd kind of like to see the faces on the earlier frames.

Derrel, I agree with you. However with a 1:00 pm kick-off the lighting was directly over head, so it was tough to get enough light in the face. I used spot metering and a + EV along with +50 on the shadows in LR to bring up the faces as much as I could.
 

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Sigh, to shoot football in daylight. What a luxury.
 

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I like to see the faces of the players if possible; #5 has the best lighting and the best exposure/processing setting for a good view of the faces of the receiver and the official; the defender has a tinted facemask, so we cannot see his eyes at all. I'd kind of like to see the faces on the earlier frames.

Don't always have to see the faces or the eyes to end up with good images. The visors are becoming darker, makes it tougher to shoot faces during night games.
 
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Thanks Scott.

#5 was #2 in the series of that catch. He made the catch on the sideline and got his feet down.

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