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Tigers vs Wolfpack

Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by Wilross3, Sep 13, 2008.

  1. Clemson Vs NC State today. Wish I could have been on the field, but these were the best I could do. Lot's of orange!


    NIKON D90    ---    105mm    f/8.0    1/250s    ISO 200

    NIKON D90    ---    105mm    f/7.1    1/200s    ISO 200

    NIKON D90    ---    85mm    f/5.6    1/1000s    ISO 400
  2. tjk60


    Dec 4, 2007
    troy, mi
    Looks like great seats, and nicely done with a 105mm

    I'd have tried to up my shutter speed by uping the ISO a bit. 1/200 is a bit slow for action shots. The EXIF in shot 2 says f/7.1, ISO 200 and 1/200th.
  3. I was at the Clemson game as well today. I took some shots from the West End Zone (at the top) where everyone stands... I'll try to post some
  4. These pictures were taken from the West Endzone seating at Clemson today.
    Just some crop and enhancing.







    As always, C&C welcome.

  5. Thanks for your suggestion Tim, I will experiment a little next time I get a chance at some sports!

  6. Hey Trent - I love #2. Got that shot from my seat, but have a fand head in half the frame. You did much better!

    BTW - your website is great! How do people from the events find you? Do you pass out cards?

  7. Tim, how do you see the EXIF data on posts? I would like to see that when I see other photos that I think are well done. That would really help me to see what settings others are using!

  8. Bill check out Opanda, it's the EXIF viewer that seems to be the most popular. They have Firefox & IE versions (not sure about Safari).
  9. No version for Safari... hmmm... I downloaded this http://homepage.mac.com/aozer/EV/ and it gives me info for my images, but no info for an image off the internet.

    I'll post this question on the technical discussion part of this forum. Anyone else with another idea for Safari?

  10. Thanks for the comments Bill. Yes I do pass out cards at the events that I shoot. Some people are skeptical to look at my images since I'm only 16 though. By the way, I use Opanda too to view EXIF information of images.

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