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Oct 11, 2007 02:53 |  #1

Hi the lighting was that bad at this game I could only get 1/200 at 2.8f with ISO 3200

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Oct 11, 2007 04:07 |  #2

1/200th at ISO 3200 = One night of shooting with your fingers crossed. Question Jim do you think the focusing could be out on your camera? My reason for asking is that the back ground seems to be sharper than the fore ground particular in the pictures taken around the goal. In 1,2 and 4 the spectators are better focused than the players.
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Oct 11, 2007 04:07 |  #3

Only one of the pics is 1/200 , you have 1/250 , 1/160 even.. Would have been easier to stick in manual and set shutter to 1/200 instead of AV mode and it bobbing about.

Otherwise good job of retrieving summat out of the conditions :) A lot give up and go home,so well done :)


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Oct 11, 2007 06:28 |  #4

khall wrote in post #4104411 (external link)
1/200th at ISO 3200 = One night of shooting with your fingers crossed. Question Jim do you think the focusing could be out on your camera? My reason for asking is that the back ground seems to be sharper than the fore ground particular in the pictures taken around the goal. In 1,2 and 4 the spectators are better focused than the players.
Cheers enjoy.
Ken.

Thanks Ken, I think the focusing is due to operator error not the cameras this was my first football game, found it a lot harder to shoot than rugby, (PRACTICE)

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Only one of the pics is 1/200 , you have 1/250 , 1/160 even.. Would have been easier to stick in manual and set shutter to 1/200 instead of AV mode and it bobbing about.

Otherwise good job of retrieving summat out of the conditions :) A lot give up and go home,so well done :)

Thanks Tony, yes I should have done that :o. I was about to go home as well;)




  
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Oct 11, 2007 07:00 as a reply to  @ jim9449's post |  #5

ISO 3200 is such an extreme setting that I would have used ISO 1600 and 1/100 sec. instead; consider that with IS it is not an impossible job, yes you can run into some subject movement but for me it is not a big issue in sport shots.

Just my humble opinion.


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Oct 11, 2007 07:19 |  #6

birdmagic. please show me some of your sports pictures at 1/100 I would be very interested.


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Oct 11, 2007 07:22 |  #7

bidimagic wrote in post #4104785 (external link)
ISO 3200 is such an extreme setting that I would have used ISO 1600 and 1/100 sec. instead; consider that with IS it is not an impossible job, yes you can run into some subject movement but for me it is not a big issue in sport shots.

Just my humble opinion.

you won't stop action at that speed, and IS only helps on stationary objects, not a moving target.


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Oct 11, 2007 07:52 |  #8

KIPAX wrote in post #4104840 (external link)
birdmagic. please show me some of your sports pictures at 1/100 I would be very interested.

I think he shoots professional Snail racing :D :D




  
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Oct 11, 2007 08:03 as a reply to  @ hawk911's post |  #9

Hi all,
sorry I didn't want to hurt anyone with me previous post, I try to explain better what I meant.
First of all, I'm not doing professional sport shots so probably mine is not the best technique to apply.
However I have done some soccer and volleyball events for children, and I've tried to keep relatively slow shutter (e.g. from 1/80th to 1/125th) and I got
pictures where head and body of players is freezed, but legs and arms are not. I like this kind of shots because they feel dynamic.

Please feel free to comment my opinion, it would be nice to hear from you.
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Oct 11, 2007 08:04 |  #10

gazcoyle wrote in post #4104954 (external link)
I think he shoots professional Snail racing :D :D

It was very kind of you :D


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Oct 11, 2007 09:44 |  #11

Probably better to leave the shutter on a 90 minute exposure and capture the whole game in a single image




  
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Oct 11, 2007 09:50 |  #12

hehehehehehehehehehehe


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Oct 11, 2007 11:45 |  #13

gazcoyle wrote in post #4104954 (external link)
I think he shoots professional Snail racing

:D:D:D

gazcoyle wrote in post #4105394 (external link)
Probably better to leave the shutter on a 90 minute exposure and capture the whole game in a single image

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

Sorry just thought that was funny!


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Oct 11, 2007 11:52 |  #14

bidimagic wrote in post #4104785 (external link)
ISO 3200 is such an extreme setting that I would have used ISO 1600 and 1/100 sec. instead; consider that with IS it is not an impossible job, yes you can run into some subject movement but for me it is not a big issue in sport shots.

Just my humble opinion.

Yes bidimagic extreme indeed,I like Kipax would like to see your work ;)
EXIF is intact , could you do better?

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Oct 11, 2007 12:51 as a reply to  @ jim9449's post |  #15

Yes this is exactly what I mean! It is 1/125 at ISO 1600 isn't it ?
Does it work ? YES, for me! It is a very good shot.

I'm not questioning here if I can do it better or not, you have done
a very good work in very bad light.

I thought this is a place where anyone can discuss and share its experience,
but I find out that in this thread this is not true, so thank you all and goodbye!


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