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BBall

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by ToddHibbs, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. ToddHibbs

    ToddHibbs

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    Just having fun.

    Here's one of my favorite basketball shots.. It's a little older, taken last December.

    I have also seen some good BBall shots here already. Do you rely on fast glass or lighting for basketball?

    I don't have fast glass, so I rely on lighting. Actually, I think that I would do some lighting even with a good lens.

    Todd



    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/toddhibbs/2081122071/" title="BBallStrobist.jpg by toddhibbs, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2271/2081122071_8cf2780e39_o.jpg" width="722" height="480" alt="BBallStrobist.jpg" /></a>
     
  2. hwyhobo

    hwyhobo

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    Wow, extremely dynamic moment. One thing, though, about relying on lights, it freezes everything solid. Just a teeny bit of motion blur would make this great capture more "human". :cool:
     


  3. ToddHibbs

    ToddHibbs

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    i see your point. However, everytime I have BBall photos with blur in them, the just look blurry to me. Probably just me, or I just haven't done it correctly yet.


    This was likely taken at 160th. I have several that were taken at 100th or so. Probably more blur there. I may revisit them in light of your comment.

    thanks
    todd