« on: November 26, 2013, 06:10:38 AM »
f2.8, ISO 1600, 1/6400sec.
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Ps could this be the same we that are likely to loose against Australia because the pressure of winning the ashes has sent one of our players home with a "stress related illness"?
I mean watching grass grow how stressful?
I thought he was just another South African again once he failed and left the team
Anyway back on topic....
The other week at work someone asked me to take a photo of their team because I'm into photography. I was handed an iPad2 to take the shot with in a office environment. The results weren't pretty.
When some of my friends first saw the 70-200 II, they thought it had a much longer FL than it did because it was so large/heavy. I use the 70-200 II a lot when my girls are playing soccer, and I've had the usual comments from random strangers like "Wow, that is some lens!" And my default reply, "Yes, it is!" It surprises me that there aren't more parents with better cameras. After all, I see higher quality lenses/camera combinations at berry farms/apple orchards than I see at the kids' games.
You guys are all jealous of Ken's awesomeness ... people like him are one in a billion
If it helps, I feel I have a pretty steady hand and I love shallow DOF.
There are good suggestions that precede this; try also back button focus control with servo. This works best if you can get used to shifting the focus cluster, too, around the field -- on the fly -- with the camera at your eye.