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Volleyball - Stanford, Penn State, and Yale (8 images)

 
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Sep 25, 2007 00:35 |  #16

These are really good. I just love the height the attacker gets in the first shot. Reminds me of when I could play.....




  
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Sep 25, 2007 00:45 |  #17

Super series!! Well done. Especially #2. BTW, in the interest of journalistic integrity (*cough*), the caption for #4 should be "...the Stanford Cardinal" (no "s" at the end.)


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Sep 25, 2007 07:46 |  #18

FlyingPhotog wrote in post #4001589 (external link)
Super series!! Well done. Especially #2. BTW, in the interest of journalistic integrity (*cough*), the caption for #4 should be "...the Stanford Cardinal" (no "s" at the end.)

Oh!! thank you for that. I love the Cardinal nickname (vs. the former mascot name) but did not realize it referred to a color, not a bird.


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Oct 07, 2007 15:08 as a reply to  @ maderito's post |  #19

Woody,

Exposure mode set to manual?

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Oct 07, 2007 19:19 |  #20

BC Rob wrote in post #4082170 (external link)
Exposure mode set to manual?
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Yes . . . for indoor sports, almost always yes!


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