stan at stans-photography.info
Sat Jul 31 10:37:40 EDT 2010
He has a good eye. It helps that soccer involves a lot of action, but you have to be able to anticipate it, capture it, and then select the right shots while editing. Now if he can figure a way to get action shots at more sedentary sports like cricket or chess, he will truly demonstrate that he is mastering the craft.
On Jul 31, 2010, at 4:13 AM, Cotty wrote:
> I know some of you like to follow my lad's progress, and to keep it on
> topic he was weaned on an *ist DS and still uses it as 2nd camera. Ahead
> of studying photography at A level in September, he's started on a
> course of building a sports portfolio and I managed to get him into an
> English football game last week, Reading v Wolverhampton. Here he is
> looking the part:
> Only there for the first half (45 mins) in an uneventful game, here are
> some pics. ISO 800 on a 4 megapixel 1D with 70-200 f/4 (non-IS)
> handheld, artificial lighting.
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