"Swinging Through"

by Tsoi Wilson

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Gallery: Sports, Baseball

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Sport

Published: Friday 23rd of September 2005 01:42:32 AM


Comments

Christopher Appoldt
Wilson, these get better and better - and re-reading your bio, I see you're shooting FOR the team! WOW! What a great gig! How'd you score that!?

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Sorry so long...... I love the emotion in this one! Short but sweet!

Ken Beilman
Wow. How can anybody rate this any lower than 6/6? Wonderful stop action. Images like this one are not an easy task.

Howard Dion
Great image, full of energy.

A.K. Sircar
Perfect exposure and composition.

Joƫlle Ramu
Excellent shot! I love the little bit of sand kicked up by his left foot. Great colours!

Daily Photograph
I prefer the "one-man-shots" the single studies because of their centered intensity!

John Seward
Great shot, not only of the swing, but of the eyes.

Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Great shot with beautiful timing on the ball....!

Wilson Tsoi
Thanks for your comments, JOELLE: Thanks. I'm glad you appreciate that little detail! PETER: Glad you like that. He's one of the more expressive out there. HOWARD: Glad you see the energy! JOHN: Thanks, John. A.K.: Appreciate it. KEN: Thanks, Ken. Does take a while to get this with the facial expression and the right timing. D.P.: Glad you like the intensity! Wilson ^_^

Wilson Tsoi
Christopher, Thanks for checking the baseball pix. To make a long story short was at the fundraiser home opener, shot, sent an image, then was asked to shoot. That's it. ^_^

Wilson Tsoi
Luis Valbuena "Swinging Through" a pitch Everett AquaSox second baseman Luis Valbuena (#18) swinging through a pitch during a game against Eugene Emeralds. Frogs beat Emeralds 1-0 on Valbuena's homerun. The Venezuelan import, arguably the Frogs' most valuable hitter, finished the short-season in fine fashion by topping Northwest League in both homerun (12) and runs batted in (51,) 4th in stolen base, and was selected to NWL All-Star Team. Will most likely return to Everett for one more year.

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