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NCAA Womens Elite Eight - comment/suggestions please

 
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Apr 03, 2008 09:49 |  #1

My first time ever shooting basketball (or anything really). I was at ISO 1600 but my lens (Tamron 50-200mm) kind of limits me in my shutter speed I think. I was using center focus but a ton of my pics got the crowd in focus and left the players blurred. I'm assuming that's just from my inexperience dealing with fast movement. Any suggestions on what I can do to get these looking a little better? I've been told 85mm 1.8 and the 135L are good for these situations.

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Apr 06, 2008 20:10 |  #2

were you on the side lines or in the stands.. if you were you were close to the bottom.

i like the photo's becuse i am a big fan of womens bball... Big Sil is awesome and you have some good shot's IMHO from that point of view I am no pro so I can't answer from that respect.


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