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OK, so it's not Barclay's League or MLS, but I got to shoot the Charlotte Eagles and the Charleston Battery under the lights. Was longing for better ISO capabilities than I had with my D300s, but I think I did pretty well... Armed only with the gripped D300s, 300mm 2.8 and 70-200 2.8, and a smile.

C&C welcomed, as always...

Bill


1. 70mm, ISO 1600, 1/640 @ 2.8
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2. 200mm, ISO 1250, 1/500 @ 2.8
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3. 300mm, ISO 400, 1/5000 @ 2.8
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4. 300mm, ISO 400, 1/6400 @ 2.8
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5. 70 mm, ISO 1600 1/800 @ 2.8
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nice double BOB Bill...and some nice warm light. Might just want to crop some of them tighter like #1 # #5...
Thanks Chris, I appreciate your comments. I liked the pattern of defenders on the left side of the frame in #1. Do you think the image is improved by cropping them out?

I like #3. Great captures.
Thanks Daryl! It was a fun game, but a tough loss for the Eagles.

Bill
 
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good selection of shots,would have expected more blur on the ball in the 500/640 shutter speed shots so they look good,well done!
 
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Bill nice set of images. Longing for better ISO?? Let me know when your shooting at 3200ISO+ and then we can talk, the D300 does very well at 1600+, I have no problem shooting it up to 4000ISO.

On the first one i would have at least cropped out the player on the right.
 
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Thanks all... guess I'll have to push the limits a little more Geoff - thanks!

So, do you all like this crop better?

Thanks for the comments!

Bill

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