Women's College Tennis

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Western Mich. hosted U. of Miami in a MAC contest.
The match was indoors at an athletic club with less than likable lighting and I had a lot editing to do so I am not totally satisfied with IQ but decided to post anyway to get some feed-back.

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5. The power behind this girl's ground strokes was simply amazing!:eek:
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Thanks for looking.:biggrin:

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wow..not much light in there huh?? 2.8-6400-1/500th ouch!
You did well considering those limitations. Some tighter shots and maybe some horizontals would be my only thing to add.
 
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wow..not much light in there huh?? 2.8-6400-1/500th ouch!
You did well considering those limitations. Some tighter shots and maybe some horizontals would be my only thing to add.
Thanks Brad,
I hate to admit how much editing I did with Camera Raw & PS.:eek:

^ yup...but the ones w/out the ball...prob delete...unless they're for Mom :smile:
Thanks Chris, yup I'm always looking after Mom...:wink:
Actually, I was more focused and concerned with how to handle WB and noise.

But I quite like the follow-through shots in tennis, you get some great facial expressions.
Thanks Russ,
I only wish I had an audio feed for all the grunts and screams.:biggrin::biggrin:


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Honestly my first impression of these before I checked the EXIF was that high ISO (and lots of noise reduction) was impacting the IQ. But ouch - ISO 6400+ and 1/500? Favorite is #1.
Maybe some with tighter framing of just the torso and head?
 
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