Competitive Cheer

ronlane

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Mustang Oklahoma
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Back on the mats for another year of competitive cheer. Combine the action with the emotion and facial expressions and you can get some pretty cool images.

1) At the start of a routine you can get some cool "sportraits".
Redline-Arrowheads-6.jpg


2) Timing of the flips is fun.
Redline-Braves-18.jpg


3.) These girls are athletes.
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4) This young lady is always great for a facial expression.
Redline-Smoke-8.jpg


5) Sometimes you can get "sportstraits" at the end of a rountine too.
Redline-Smoke-75.jpg
 
Quality action photography and the lighting/exposures are fantastic. I like the conversions too.
 
First 2 day competition and the first of 3 this month (February). Things are a little busy. Still on my B&W kick for now.

1) My amazing daughter. (Got to include her once in a while).
ASC-Outlaws-Day2-28.jpg

2) Getting ready to start the show.
ASC-Rainmakers-Day2-7.jpg

3) "Don't drop me on the way down, please."
ASC-VooDoo-Day1-39.jpg
 
Back on the mats for another year of competitive cheer. Combine the action with the emotion and facial expressions and you can get some pretty cool images.

1) At the start of a routine you can get some cool "sportraits".
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2) Timing of the flips is fun.
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3.) These girls are athletes.
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4) This young lady is always great for a facial expression.
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5) Sometimes you can get "sportstraits" at the end of a rountine too.
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Great work!
 
Great photos
 
Love your photography! Do you have any tips or advice... I have been shooting my daughter and her team all season but I just got a new lens and looking for any tips. I have Canon Rebel t6i and I just added a Sigma 70-200 2.8. We have three more competitions this season and I am looking to improve each time. I think I am going to try 1/1000 at 2.8 and set the ISO to Manual to get suggestions to be a starting off place. We will be at a venue I have never been to before. Keep up the good work. Thanks in advance.
 

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