More high speed U5 action

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OK, well maybe not high speed. All shot 70-200 vr, with VR off, D200. It seems hard to isolate them in the shots, a complete bee hive type of game. It's much easier to shoot the big kids... any pointers would be great.

Love the face in the background.
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Mad skills
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Why do they all run with their tongues out? My daughter is one of the worst.
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And one for the coach, seems our AYSO has a bunch of brits over for the winter to just train kids. Very nice guys.
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No real nits from me Robert, but do the first two images appear just a tad soft. The second two are crisper when viewing on this monitor. The composition of each shot is fine and the colors are nice.
 
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At this age they are like a moving amoeba going up and down the field isolation is very hard. I agree with Frank the 2nd is a little soft but overall a nice set
 

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