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Sep 18, 2006 11:22 |  #16

Thank you Dante, steve, and Kevin. The comments are much appreciated.


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Sep 18, 2006 14:17 as a reply to  @ creechjs's post |  #17

Excellent! These images are solid, undeniable proof that good photographers can get great stuff without pro bodies. You have indeed found your calling!


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Sep 18, 2006 17:07 |  #18

I wouldnt have thought the 70-200 would have enough reach to do what you did...good job...ofcourse gettng on the sidelines makes it a little easier...


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Sep 18, 2006 17:11 |  #19

great shots!! keep this up and you'll be able to buy longer glass from these shots!


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Sep 18, 2006 17:16 |  #20

superdiver wrote in post #2004337 (external link)
I wouldnt have thought the 70-200 would have enough reach to do what you did...good job...ofcourse gettng on the sidelines makes it a little easier...

Yeah, i felt real cool with my media pass. I probably looked like an idiot running up and down the sidelens though. :lol:
And thanks for the kind words Jerry and deadpass.


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Sep 19, 2006 23:23 |  #21

What kind of post processing did you do?


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Sep 20, 2006 11:49 |  #22

creechjs wrote in post #2004398 (external link)
Yeah, i felt real cool with my media pass. I probably looked like an idiot running up and down the sidelens though. :lol:
And thanks for the kind words Jerry and deadpass.

Who cares what other people think of you...let them get out there and try and get the shots you did! I bet it is a BLAST running up and down the sidelines!


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Sep 20, 2006 12:08 |  #23

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What kind of post processing did you do?

It varied on the time of the game, but at first the sun was really harsh, so I did some shadow/highlights to get more detail in both the highlights and shadows. Later in the game the sun went below the bleachers and was absolutely ideal for shooting. Besides that i just did basic curves, hue/sat, and USM.


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Sep 20, 2006 12:13 |  #24

These are all fantastic! I'm looking forward to seeing more!


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