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Aug 01, 2010 10:07 |  #1

Went down for training camp for first time in a few years, and had a blast! Cant wait for week 1! Anyways, snapped some pics, been awhile since Ive had the camera out, and some came out pretty good. Let me know what you guys think, as I did hardly any pp, just mainly crop, and maybe a touch of saturation on a few.

Chad getting down!

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Chad and TO discussing politics!:lol:
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Jerome Simpson makes catch vs. Morgan Trent
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Carson wondering wth TO was doing?? (This one seems a bit noisy)
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A bit worn out?
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My question I had is, I created an action in CS3 for my watermark, but when I crop these pics, then perform the action, my watermark is super tiny. How do I change the size of it? Thanks everyone!

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Aug 01, 2010 15:57 |  #2

35 views with no comments? Gotta be at least one comment out there! :p


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Aug 01, 2010 21:01 |  #3

Cool pics, What settings did you use, and what camera and lens did you use as well. I just got a 50D, and need to get more into M shooting. So trying to figure out some decent settings to be using.


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Aug 01, 2010 21:23 |  #4

ftblplyr46 wrote in post #10642854 (external link)
35 views with no comments? Gotta be at least one comment out there! :p

They look pretty good. For C&C, the only thing I'd add is to try to get/select more pictures with the football.

I went to the Redskins Training Camp today too. Looks like a very similar setup... nice trees in the background.

That's better than being surrounded by people, but unfortunately, at our practice field, the sun was on the opposite side of the field so I was shooting backlit.


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Aug 01, 2010 22:08 |  #5

That photo of Ocho and T.O. is priceless. Nice work.




  
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Aug 01, 2010 22:52 as a reply to  @ moose10101's post |  #6

Nice color. Are those things open to the public?


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Aug 02, 2010 06:53 |  #7

stoshiro wrote in post #10644804 (external link)
Nice color. Are those things open to the public?

Yes, just cost to park, but it was free to attend.

moose10101 wrote in post #10644565 (external link)
That photo of Ocho and T.O. is priceless. Nice work.

Yeah, I was hopin to get at least one of these.

clarence wrote in post #10644280 (external link)
They look pretty good. For C&C, the only thing I'd add is to try to get/select more pictures with the football.

I went to the Redskins Training Camp today too. Looks like a very similar setup... nice trees in the background.

That's better than being surrounded by people, but unfortunately, at our practice field, the sun was on the opposite side of the field so I was shooting backlit.

With the spot I was in, it was hard to get the ball in some shots, I have some more I think I could post with the ball.

FrickzPicz wrote in post #10644171 (external link)
Cool pics, What settings did you use, and what camera and lens did you use as well. I just got a 50D, and need to get more into M shooting. So trying to figure out some decent settings to be using.

I was in AV mode. And to be honest, I forgot about it, so it was mostly at the lowest f/stop, depending on the zoom. I used my 55-250mm. ISO was either 200 or 400, dont remember honestly, I was just so pumped to be there, I forgot some of the smaller things, and the fact I havent used my camera in awhile.:D

Thanks for the tips n comments guys!


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Aug 02, 2010 15:16 |  #8

Can't wait til the seasons starts, and how TO and Ocho would co-exist... :D


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Aug 02, 2010 23:20 as a reply to  @ joonrhee's post |  #9

The Enquirer sports writer was kidding about how there will be an Olympic style sprint between Chad and TO to Marvin's office about who got more playing time on Sunday. Good thing it's only for 1 year.


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