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I tend to lean towards youth sports shots, so maybe that's the reason I just really dig the last one, although the first one plus the second and the fourth with the really sweet warm light... oh I dunno, hell they're all great.
 
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Very nice, as usual, Randy. With composition, contrast, sharp detail, even light, movement, etc., #2 has everything going for it. However, you just have to love the expression on #7.
 
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They are all fantastic. I don't know how you you do it, but with each post you continue to top the quality of your previous posts! Thanks for sharing.

Alan
 
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Really like that diagonal line in # 2.
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yup, #2 one of the better compositions I have seen

All rather great of course

thanks Darren

Never cease to amaze me Randy. Great shots, i really love number 2 too.
thanks Charlie

I tend to lean towards youth sports shots, so maybe that's the reason I just really dig the last one, although the first one plus the second and the fourth with the really sweet warm light... oh I dunno, hell they're all great.
thanks DJ

+1 :smile:
thanks Dennis

excellent shots Randy, as always.

great subject isolation on the 400.

now, do i get the 600VR or the 400VR first?
thx Colin
th 400 should be next, remember you are in the UK:smile:

Very nice, as usual, Randy. With composition, contrast, sharp detail, even light, movement, etc., #2 has everything going for it. However, you just have to love the expression on #7.
thanks Cliff

Awesome!! # 1 for me!!
thanks Steve

They are all fantastic. I don't know how you you do it, but with each post you continue to top the quality of your previous posts! Thanks for sharing.

Alan
thanks Alan

awesome..definately the shots I aspire to create!
thanks
 
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Randy, amazing selection of images all brilliant but its number 1 for me that stand’s out from the rest.

The image detail/clarity of the shots is a credit to your photographic skills you certainly managed to master the 400 really well with both the D3 & D300 and now that my 400 arrived yesterday I know I have a steep learning curve ahead of me but I do hope to share some photos soon on the forum to show you guys the results.

I have an invitation from my local professional football club Peterborough United to cover this Tuesday’s Carling Cup match but I’m thinking its come to soon as I do need to familiarise myself somewhat more with the 400 on the D3 before going in at the deep end, it would be a great combination the D3/400 and on my second D3 body the 200f2, kick off is 19.45 .

Regards
John (UK)
 

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