"Two Seamer"

by Tsoi Wilson

two seamer seeking critique tsoi wilson

Gallery: Sports, Baseball

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Sport

Published: Friday 23rd of September 2005 02:14:38 AM


Comments

Pulok Pattanayak
Perfect sport photograph! (Thank you for appreciating Bangalote fabric). Regards..

Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Wonderful shot ....!

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Perfect DOF, wonderful expression, frozen in time! Like the old baseball cards! Really cool!

Brad Kim
Superb, Wilson.....!!!

Howard Dion
I agree about the 3D quality and would like to add that this kind of work is hard to do on consistant basis. You do this exceptionally well and have acheived a level of professionalism that is to be admired.

Andrea Endisch
the background diagonals are great, underlining the frozen dynamic of the player and it's just the right moment, the hand with the ball visible. Again, Wilson, I don't know too much about sports-photography, but it is beyond my imagination how one could do any better...

Lou Ann Aepelbacher
It's difficult to come up with comments for your fabulous baseball shots that are anything aside from: "This is another great shot, Wilson!" :-) And, really - they are all great shots, Wilson!

Sondra Kicklighter
Wilson, I hope you are being paid big bucks for these images as they are great. Cheers, Sondra

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you all for commenting, JOELLE: Thanks for your feedback. Monetary reward won't make one an instant millionaire, but the job satisfaction is immense. ^_^ ANDREA: Thanks, Andrea. Next time I'm in town, we'll have to attend either a Stuttgart or Kaiserlautern game together! PETER: Thanks, man. Glad you appreciate it. KIM: Very glad you think so. HOWARD: Thank you very much for your kind words, Howard. JOHN: Indeed it's a triangle. Thanks, John. LOU ANN: Thanks, Lou Ann. Appreciate it especially that you've tried shooting at a baseball game yourself. ^_^ A.K.: Thank you much. KEN: Very glad you enjoy this. D.P.: Thanks. Believe me you'll think otherwise about the facility had it not been blurred out of focus. Okay, maybe Bayern Muenchen? ^_^ PULOK: Thanks, Pulok. Of course Bangalore fabric is famous worldwide, if not in general public, then in the garment industry that's for sure. ^_^ SONDRA: Thanks, Sondra. Not sure about big bucks, but I certainly had a great summer and certainly level of job satisfaction! BRAD: Appreciate your vote of confidence. ^_^ JAYME: Thanks for your kind comment, Jayme. I wish for your quick recovery to your injury, BTW! CHiPs: Thanks for checking this out, CHiPs. Wilson ^_^

Daily Photograph
Wilson, I cant praise you one more time for this great background effect the constructors of the stadium are responsible :-))

Ken Beilman
Fantastic detail and lighting with great highlight and shadow management. Wonderful bokeh.

Joƫlle Ramu
I love the blurred background lines on this one. I hope you got paid top money for these photos because you certainly deserve it.

Kim Tural
The image has a 3D quality to it. Wonderful colours and perfect timing.

John Seward
Great job. I like the use of the 'triangle' effect.

A.K. Sircar
Superb shot,Wilson.

David Stevens
Fantastic sports photography!

Benjamin Susswein
Its a Four Seamer the pitch is a four seam fastball, not a two seamer. still a nice shot though.

Dan P
agree. Check the grip. It is a 4 seamer.

Wilson Tsoi
Stephen Kahn delivering a "Two Seamer" Everett AquaSox closer Stephen Kahn (#25, RHP) delivering a pitch to Eugene's Santiago Guerrero at top of ninth. Frogs beat Emeralds 1-0. Kahn has been terrific in closing role this year with 12 saves in 2005 short-season A-ball. He'll most likely move on to 66ers next year, another minor league Mariners affiliate.

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