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Shot a girls track meet over the weekend...

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Chris, I've never shot T&F, but your series sure makes me want to. I've wanted to shoot hurdles the way that you did, from straight on, I think that perspective is very cool. I also like your long jump shots, nothing beats sand flying everywhere. Sweet series!
 
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No.10 for gold!!!

For the front on track shots do you pre-focus or just let the AF keep up with them?
 
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Chris, I've never shot T&F, but your series sure makes me want to. I've wanted to shoot hurdles the way that you did, from straight on, I think that perspective is very cool. I also like your long jump shots, nothing beats sand flying everywhere. Sweet series!
thanks Frank, used my 300 for the hurdles so I could be way beyond the finish line and was kneeling...and for long jump, I'm laying prone on the ground.

#8 and #10 are fantastic. Nice to see some track and field for a change.:biggrin:
Thanks, hope to shoot it again soon.

No.10 for gold!!!

For the front on track shots do you pre-focus or just let the AF keep up with them?
Thanks Russ, I pre-focus a bit and then let AF go. High jump is difficult, I pre-focus on the bar area and try to pick them up just as they reach it.
 
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I like them, and its good to see the results of sunshine! Is #6 a bit over processed in the face, or is that just the angle?
 
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Chris,
I love 3, 8, 10, yet you need to get Tim out there to shoot some shot put and long jump for you, I'm sure he would love to have a try at those field events again.
 
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Chris great set. Looks like an invitational as there are teams I wouldn't guess would be normally competing against 'Gonk...
Thanks Geoff, yup, it was Varsity Invitational

I like them, and its good to see the results of sunshine! Is #6 a bit over processed in the face, or is that just the angle?
Thanks Tim...sure might be, bad lighting for many of them.

Chris,
I love 3, 8, 10, yet you need to get Tim out there to shoot some shot put and long jump for you, I'm sure he would love to have a try at those field events again.
Thanks Steve, yeah those are fun, esp LJ.

Terrific set Chris!
Love the jumpers, flying and landing.
Fred
Thanks Fred!
 

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