When shooting right handed hitters (the majority) try and be on the first base side...as you can tell, you would have had his face looking at you instead of away.
Practicing your shutter release to keep the ball in the frame is another thing to consider.
Some of us might consider an EV compensation to try and bring the exposure of the face more in line and let the highlights go blown...The D200 has an nice EV compensation setting and would worthwhile looking into in the manual.
I think it is is a great start....you got a killer combination to work with, that's for sure.
There ya go Jimmy! A few suggestions on this shot.GBRandy,
Thanks for the reply. I am still working on timing the shutter release
that is for sure, totally agree with you. I'll try playing with the exposure
again on my next outing.
With regards to the other side of the field.. ya mean like this? =D
Peter,There ya go Jimmy! A few suggestions on this shot.
Crank up your SS (Bump ISO if need be to freeze action)
Crop tighter to isolate your subject
Shoot continuous drive and blast away
And last but not least, have fun shooting :smile: