One of the moon over Atlanta tonight. 200-400 1.4x L @560, ISO 400, 1/1250 sec. @ f5.6
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And here are a couple from the seats at the Nashville Predators-Winnipeg Jets game last night. 200 f2.8L II, ISO 2000, 1/1250 sec. @ƒ2.8, AWB.
eli...you have some nice captures here. one suggestion, crop some of them(not all) a little bit more. if you're producing images for the web or for small print, then cropping brings us much closer (like having a front row seat) to the action.
example, after cropping your photo...
only trying to provide constructive critique...nice shots in general!
Scott Kelby is successful...Scott Kelby is a businessman...shocking.
You see, it's a bit like when doctors recommend a certain drug and then you discover they were taking money from the pharma company. Maybe they really believe the drug is great and being sponsored by its manufacturer has nothing to do with their professional opinion... but you'll never put the doubt 100% aside.
We're certainly not a that level here, but in a way I believe many people felt like Kelby's economical interests did get in the way of his photographic recommendations in this situation. Might be the theatricality of the whole thing.
I hate this forum lol as after my purchase of the 85 1.2 i am now considering the 300 2.8 2 and 2x extender to get me started on wildlife so thanks guys i tell myself its an investment as the lens if kept well will retain much of its value
OK, ... I pushed it