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Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by Randy, Jun 12, 2007.
Safe or Out
Sorry, can't tell from the angle in #4, can't see the plate/foot. :frown:
The series is excellent though, sharp, saturated and nicely shot! :smile:
O U T Picture # 4 tells the tale/
I can't tell, but the ump is in great position, so I won't argue with him no matter what the call. :wink: Neat sequence.
I was alos going to say OUT
Close don't count...lolol
I can't tell if he's safe or out either, but I will have another ballpark hotdog! Hey, pass the mustard and onions!:redface: Nice sequence Randy, oh to have been on the third base side.
Safe!! the perception of distance in #4 is deceiving but I would have to say the baseman hadn't tagged him..
Great series, and thread, Randy.
Nice pics Randy, I am not sure either....pic no.4 does not give a good enough perspective of his foot/base.
I can't really tell, but based on picture 4 the fielder tagged the runner too far up his body. The tag should have been made on his legs or feet.
But hey my eyes aren't as good as an umps.
was it a forced play...maybe teh baseman tagged the base before the runner..and just automatically tagged the runner afterward?
I'm a guessing safe...just looks like he might have gotten in there. Great series!
Cain't tell.............awesome series though. Thanks for sharing!
OK, which lens? Surprise me
Nice series, but like many of the others have said, I can't tell from the angle.
He does appear to be safe though, as Crayaco said, the tag is too far up the body and the depth perception leads me to believe the runners foot is already on the bag.