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The old "Frozen Baseball" trick

 
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Jun 07, 2010 02:03 |  #1

I know it's been done before (I've seen the thread and got the idea originally from my good friend Adam Lewis)

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Jun 07, 2010 03:59 |  #2

These are very fun. I've got a few this season myself.



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Jun 07, 2010 10:24 |  #3

we know joe ...lol




  
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Jun 07, 2010 21:35 |  #4

Post em!


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Jun 07, 2010 21:44 |  #5

I have tried but I don't have the grapes to stand behind with that ball coming at me.


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Jun 07, 2010 21:51 |  #6

KinoC wrote in post #10321463 (external link)
I have tried but I don't have the grapes to stand behind with that ball coming at me.

Unless that guy is a mutant I doubt he'd be able to throw through the fence that's protecting you, heh.


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Jun 07, 2010 22:20 |  #7

whats the trick? And where's the thread? :)


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Jun 07, 2010 22:59 as a reply to  @ Huskers69's post |  #8

Is this okay?


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Jun 07, 2010 23:28 |  #9

Not really what I was going for


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Jun 08, 2010 01:41 |  #10

SamHunter wrote in post #10321396 (external link)
Post em!

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Jun 08, 2010 01:47 |  #11

SamHunter wrote in post #10321396 (external link)
Post em!


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Jun 08, 2010 01:48 |  #12

Old Coot wrote in post #10321849 (external link)
Is this okay?


We are talking about isolating a moving ball using the focus of the lens, not just high shutter speeds (which in you photo is not quite fast enough, still blurry). Shoot for 1/4,000th or faster.



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Jun 08, 2010 01:50 |  #13

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Unless that guy is a mutant I doubt he'd be able to throw through the fence that's protecting you, heh.


I shoot some of mine standing at home plate in the batter box during warm-ups.... I guess I really trust these guys.



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Jun 08, 2010 02:08 |  #14

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I like that one a lot

JoePhotoOnline wrote in post #10322589 (external link)
Shoot for 1/4,000th or faster.

That's what I used. 90+ mph fastballs are really fast lol


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Jun 08, 2010 02:12 |  #15

SamHunter wrote in post #10322670 (external link)
I like that one a lot

That's what I used. 90+ mph fastballs are really fast lol

Yep, and when they come by you and your camera about 1.5ft away, you can hear them whistling and you can only pray that it doesn't curve in to you, lol.



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