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Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by Randy, Sep 23, 2008.
Not bad -great colors and action
The last guy did the keep him back a few years in school
# Pictures please way to early for me to count
very nice Randy...you've got me thinking maybe I should rent one of these bad boys for a game....just to sate my lens lust.
Great as usual Randy. Were these with the D3 or D300?
These are awesome images...great work!
You had me right up til #11!
"What doesn't belong and why?"
gosh I love that kinda grass! So nice to play on
thx chris...don't rent one
Great shots with some sweet light.
Randy, when do you decide to grab the D3 over the D300? I'm still wrestling with this purchase.
I hand pick my games for the light
I shoot the D3 when I don't need the reach
this was a U9 game on a smaller field and the d3+400 was perfect...even better than the d300 +300 (I had the d300 in my bag just in case though)
I was able to get more closeup stuff at 400mm (vs 450mm) and still reach to the other goal for 4x6 crops
what size by the way is optimal for a 4x6 print? I have always wondered this and I am sure I could find it online, but I thought I would ask lol
By the way I know it may be stupid but I shot some of my recent high school game in DX format. The company I shoot for needs images at a 2166x1600 size and the dx format almost gets me that format anyways.
I also shot in 5x4 mode as well which is kinda nice.
Either size just cuts down on cropping when shooting at a farther distance
i don't understand your question Matthew.....
like the size of the image, what would make a 4x6 ok? 1200x1600 etc..
4x6 inches = 1200 x 1800 pixels
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