Published: Thursday 27th of October 2005 02:48:37 AM
What an excellent sporting moment you have photographed!! Sharp color and sharp..
Now that's in your face Wilson! Great focus and color to go with that action, well done!
I like how he overflows the frame at top and bottom.
You're too much, Wilson. Someday I'll reach your level I hope
Yes you are too much Wilson....great composition of action and movement. I like the BG. " echo". pnina
The ghost-like player in the back gives a specific mood, making this picture special!
Wils, I can tell you had to shoot at a high ISO. The detail is a bit lacking in this one. His forearm graininess jumps out at me. I do like the composition and the sense of motion, though. Let me also add that I appreciate your honest comments on my work.
This is a great contrast shot, meaning between what's in focus and what is not, and between the good guys and the bad guys. I'm not sure about my reaction of not being able to see his face.
Appreciate all your feedback, FRANK: Glad you like it. He was jetting down my side of hash-mark so I was able to get real close. Not only that he's an excitingly explosive player on the field, he's apparently a fine all around individual as well!
He can smell victory, you can see it in his stride. Another great sports image. Cheers, Sondra
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
.... but, setting aside everything that I said in my previous comment ... I have to say that this is my favorite of the football series. It just looks like this guy is destined for the end zone. :-)
I just see how wonderful,he stands out before the active background.Great poster.
YOHANES: Thank you much for your kind words. JOHN: I'm flattered. Thanks, John. ^_^ PNINA: Very glad you like this, Pnina. HOWARD: Thanks for your analysis, Howard. REINER: Knowing that you don't like sports photgraphy much, I certainly appreciate your thumbs up! COLIN: Glad you like the tight crop, Colin. KEN: Yes, indeed it was shot at the D70's highest possible ISO setting (click "DETAILS" tab above) and this is pretty much the worst case scenario. I do like the image enough to post as is and hope that composition, colors, and sense of motion will be enough to warrant its merit. Ken, as for the feedback, my feeling is mutual. ^_^ SONDRA: Thanks for all your feedback, especially on the recent sports images! LOU ANN: Thanks, Lou Ann. Indeed this fellow is top in WesCo 4-A rushing and gives opposing coaches lots of stress since they know every time he touches the ball, something big is about to happen! ALEXANDRA: Thank you very much for your kind words, Alexandra. Wilson ^_^
"Wanna Race?" On the way to an 87-yard TD run. Mariner HS running back Raymond Fry (#5) races pass a Kamiak defender for an 87-yard touchdown run and ends up with 261 rushing yards for the game. Marauders beat Knights 36-7 in a WesCo South Division 4-A game. In last week game (Oct.21) against Shorecrest, Fry set a league record of 336 rushing yards, but Scots won 69-60 as the two teams combined to set new offense record of 1353 yards for single game. This is part of my "Friday Night Light" local high school football presentation.