The short answer on how to better control indoor sports noise gets me in trouble around here...Great "long" response to Zack's question. Of course, most of us know what your "short" answer was as well! :biggrin: Excellent self-control Randy. Any new photos to show us your growth with the new gear?
The short answer on how to better control indoor sports noise gets me in trouble around here...
Check out the Photojournalism forum.....two posts on some fires I went to in there...No sports shots lately as gymnastics is over and work has been insane. Softball starts this week up here now that the snow has melted
Check sports...posted just for youHey Randy - I saw the fire shots, great stuff by the way. Love the "swing" pic. But, the problem is that it doesn't give me a good reference for your new stuff like gymnastics would. By the way, what's the connection with the fire department that has you out there taking pictures of these practice exercises?
Can you post a shot of what you have done?Randy, i'm a new D80 owner and I still can't figure out how to get great iso1600 shots like your gymnastics shots without a lot of heavy grain..almost reminiscent of the point and shoot cameras. Is it the glass I'm using, the camera, or the settings? Shooting indoors, even with fast glass wide open gets me lots of grain and no where near as nice as your imagery. Your pictures almost look like you took them outdoors and with lower iso's. What am I missing?