U8 Girls Soccer

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Shot a few games on Saturday. All of the games were under harsh sunlight (I hate when people say it's a nice day for pictures!). I did my best to keep the sun at my back and I played around trying to get the exposure right. How did I do...any suggestions for improvement?

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first is a little hot, but the rest look quite ok to me. In harsh sun my preference is to use CW and also -.3EV

Maybew even try shooting into the sun with +.3 or .7 EV, can e veryh effective

Nice shots too
 
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Not a lot you can do w/that quality of light, Darren does make a good suggestion though try shooting into the light and open up.
 

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