Published: Wednesday 18th of May 2005 04:22:40 AM
Excellent as always. Think I agree with the idea of a tighter crop. Also, white light behind umps head is a bit distracting. I like how both men's arms are going in the same direction.
James Quick III
nice photoshoping it is pretty cool looking i think
Funny and typical scene...made me smile. Beautiful background, (I agree about the light behind the head, a bit distracting) and series in general. You nearly have a new presentation Wilson... Pnina
Very cool. Awesome post processing work. Only suggestion is to darken the bg and maybe crop tighter. Just a thought on how to perhaps improve an execellent image.
Nice How do you get so close, press pass? These mariner shots are awesome.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
It is an excellent image!! I can't imagine improving on it, either. The motion blur that you've been doing with these shots is great. I also really like the tones that you've played with. The blues are perfect. Wonderful work!
Thanks folks, KEN: Thanks for your input. I tweaked it just exactly that and reposted accordingly. LOU ANN: Very glad you like this. HOWARD: Thanks, Howard. Bye-bye to the white behind the ump. PNINA: Thanks for your feedback. I've adjusted it accordingly. PETER: Sure does. We really miss him around here and I'm sure he misses Safeco Field! FRANK: Thanks. I was on the first row third base side. The visitor dug out was my footrest while the photographer well is 10 feet to my left. JAMES: Thanks for your feedback. ^_^
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Eye catchingly interesting. Really zeros in on the action. I can almost hear the disscussion now! :)
"Are You Blind?!" A skipper and an ump. If it was Lou Pinella, bases would've been flying already. Feedback is welcome.