Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D2X
Date Time Original : 2005-06-21 23:50:53
Focal Length : 200/1
Exposure Time : 1/400
F Number : 2.8
Iso Speed Ratings : 400
Metering Mode : 5
Focal Length In35mm Film : 400
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 100.000000
Y Resolution : 100.000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS Windows
Published: Thursday 23rd of June 2005 01:52:09 AM
Amazing timing! Getting the two guys and the ball in the shot like that is most impressive.
Related to Jim Zorn? Everett AquaSox shortstop Dean Zorn attempting to catch Boise Hawks catcher Mark Reed (brother Jeremy plays for Mariners) at 2nd base. Reed swiped 2nd base after a single to centerfield during 4th inning of AquaSox (Mariners) home opener last night. Boise (Chicago Cubs) won 7-2.
Definitely Safe. WOW! What a great action shot. Perfect timing on this one Wil and I'm no sports fan. I've had no luck with my double image shots I was trying to do. I think I choose to highly detailed itmes to attempt (trees) for my first go. I can get in around all the leaves to make it work. Anywhooo.... Looks like you've been "catching" more games. LOL.
Very good timing, indeed. These type of images are technically very difficult and you did well.
Wilson, this is great! Went to a AAA game last night, had a lot of fun. Now is it just me, or is the D2X new? WOW. How do you like it?!
Nice catch, no pun intended. Cheers, Sondra
Wilson's baseball card series continues with an interesting shot. Seems like he is trying to tag the runner out before he catches the ball.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
I say "SAFE" :) Perfect timing Wilson. Nice dust cloud!
Appreciate all your feedback, COLIN: Thanks for your comment. KEN: Thanks for your kind words. SONDRA: Indeed he caught it, but runner was safe. WAYNE: Thanks! HOWARD: Good observation. He was just positioning the glove for a tag, but certainly looks like he tried to tag without the ball! JAYME: Safe indeed! JOE: Thanks, Joe. Yes, try an easier image with even, consistent transition point to work with first. Think of it as a traditional, graduated neutral density filter. CHRISTOPHER: Thanks for showing us John Rocker! Those games are fun, aren't they?! D2X is great for sports, PJ, studio, etc., but a real pain for Saturday night strole or light travel. If there's a need for decent resolution, then it comes off the shelf. ^_^ PETER: Thanks! Wilson ^_^
"Stealing Second," Everett AquaSox vs. Boise Hawks, Season Opener 2005 Swiped second, or caught stolen?