Badminton shoot

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Shooting a high school badminton team. Weather not cooperating so I'll be doing the group shot outside next week, plus the kids had to leave early for a tournament tomorrow so I only got through maybe a third. It was a good trial run though.

Working off the laptop so the colors/exposure might be a little off.

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Wow, you've got a great eye. The first is my favorite as well, but they are all nice shots.
 
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Yes, that first one is excellent. Most of the rest are very nice also. Love the different angles. Were they all un-posed? Must be very hard to get if so. I imagine there was a fair amount of cropping involved in that case.

Thanks for sharing...

_Man_
 
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Man-Fai Wong said:
Yes, that first one is excellent. Most of the rest are very nice also. Love the different angles. Were they all un-posed? Must be very hard to get if so. I imagine there was a fair amount of cropping involved in that case.

Thanks for sharing...

_Man_
Actually they're semi-posed. I had my sister toss/hit the birdie, they'd react, and I'd shoot to get the pose. Not much cropping done. The first couple shots we tried looked pretty bland so we started doing different things with perspective and rotating the camera, helped make things look much more lively.
 
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That through-the-racket shot rocks, Mike! And all the rest of the shots show lots of action while focusing on their faces and expressions. I'll be sure and look for your outside shots.
 

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