Thanks, Frank. Good point about the wall color. I did a quick, selective 'darken highlights', and it makes the ball stand out a little better;I think you did a great job Jim. Your shutter speed was fast enough to halt the movement of the bat, that is just great. If only that wall was painted a dark color. Regardless, this is a great catch and one that many will never get for one reason or another.
very nicely done
Thanks, Rod.I just love seeing this type of shot.
Thanks, Chris.whoo hoo Jim, the money shot, congrats!
Thanks, Brian.The money shot for sure Jim, nice job!
Thank you, Mike.Compression a shot that has eluded me great job on this one
Thanks, Frank.The selective darkening made a nice difference in the image. Nice work Jim.
Thanks, Jim.Great shot absolute perfect timming
Thanks, Darrensuper shot and good post work too, gotta be happy
Thanks, Mike.What about the kid!
Ball on sweet spot
very nice pic
Thank you, Ty.Awesome shot Jim. Way to go!
Thanks, Bert. The ball went foul. :frown:Nice shot Jim. Congrats on your capture. Those are hard to come by.
What was the outcome, a hit, fly out, ground out or home run ? The player always seem to remember.
The reason I ask, I had a great night shot of a high school double play, the 2nd baseman was in the air on the turn, over the baserunner sliding beneath him, ball just leaving his hand. His parents loved it, but he said that he did not like it because the runner beat his throw at first. Never made the sale. Arghh... the frustrations.
I hope yours turned out to be a home run or at least a hit.