Published: Wednesday 21st of December 2005 03:08:21 AM
Good action shot. Intense expressions, and I really like the way you captured the turf that was kicked up.
I like this one a lot! Great composition, use of light, and DOF isolation. You did a fine job of capturing the energy and moment with this one... Keep it up.
Great action shot! I can see the effort as they contest for the ball. I like the bits of grass thrown up by the studs.
Another great action shot from our sport's photographer in the field
Good equipment makes all the difference. Great shot! Maybe clone out the player in the background on the left to tighten and bring total attention to the main subjects.
Great shot,wish i could afford a prime telephoto!!
Great shot Wilson! I love the capture of the flying blades of grass. That little touch realy captures the competitiveness of this shot, even more so than thier expressions imo.
Thanks for your comments, ANDY: Appreciate your feedback. Indeed the grass blades do imply competitiveness and sign of motion. DOUG: Thanks. I agree. NORMAN: Thanks for your kind words. CRAIG: Thanks. I'm sure you can at the very least rent one, if not acquiring one which is very reasonable now when in the used market. KEITH: Thanks. Appropriate equipment makes a lot of difference, but certainly not all. I had contemplate cloning, but staying true to the journalistic spirit in my sports series, I've chosen to stay with PN's unmanipulated standard for now. COLIN: Thanks for your comment and visit. HOWARD: Thanks for your kind words. Wilson ^_^
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
What's not to like, perfect capture!
"Please Don't Go," Said the a Man in Blue Bellevue forward Noach Koven (#9) tries to gain control of Shoreline defender Mikese Wolde (#13) who in turn hoping to gain control of the ball. Bulldogs beat Dolphins 2-0 in a NWAACC sanctioned game.