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Baseball - 10 year old all-stars

 
bhuckabee
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Jul 12, 2006 13:45 |  #1

Just a couple of shots I've gotten from my son's 10-year-old all-star team. It's difficult to shoot and coach at the same time, so I haven't been able to get many shots. We won the district last night and will start the state tournament July 22. Any CC is welcome.

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Jul 13, 2006 09:00 |  #2

Congrats for the team..... my only cc would be to watch your horizons. looking at the first shot it is pretty good, but would feel better if it were rotated enough to get things plumb again. The easiest way to do this with baseball since you have a lot of diverging lines on the field is to use a vertical line from the background. In this case, the biggest give away that the eye is seeing is the wood pole... a light standard I think.... Get it vertical and you image will feel better. Congrats again. Cheers.


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Jul 13, 2006 10:04 |  #3

the edges on #2 are a bit soft, but the timing and the framing is great. i agree with croasdail that you need to watch your horizon a little more.


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Jul 13, 2006 12:47 as a reply to  @ jevidon's post |  #4

Thanks to both of you. That is not something I've ever noticed or trid to correct. Many thanks for the tip.


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