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tm250
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Sep 27, 2008 22:15 |  #1

Canon 40d
Canon 70-200 non is

Would like to know what I could do to make the first one better, thinking of making 8x10 for her trophy case..

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Sep 27, 2008 22:26 |  #2

I prefer more action type shots with opponents colliding and the ball in contact with players, as opposed to this type of 'action-sportrait' type shot, but that's just me.

However, I imagine parents would likely eat these up with a two-fisted spoon. Heck, I'd probably buy one like this of my own kid.

These are well done for the type of shot they are (just not my c-o-t).

Thanks for sharing.


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Sep 27, 2008 22:43 |  #3

I like your shots, what I've done for a little difference is to use LR2 or Photoshop to make black and white then add color back to the player and especially the red ball it really makes a great picture and impression for parents, after all they want to see their kid.


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