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Stopping the Action...

 
© G. Newman  Lowrance
4-Week Short Course: Basics of Sports Photography
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Richard Hafner
BetterPhoto Member Since: 4/13/2005
    Hi Newman
I like the 3D effect. Was this one in the 8 frame burst?


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2/24/2007 11:38:29 AM

 
G. Newman  Lowrance
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Hi Richard,
Not in this case! I think I got 5 frames of this play. I was looking at another receiver until I located where the ball was going. Then I had to pull a fast one to get on these guys ... one of those, "it just happened" shots!
I wish one of them had a finger on the ball, but many people seem to like it anyway.
Thanks,
Newman


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2/27/2007 1:49:44 AM

 
Jennifer J. Pawlicki  

Hi Newman,
I just wanted to say that we were robbed at this game! Go Irish! :)


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3/7/2007 9:31:37 AM

 
Victoria L. Sarem
BetterPhoto Member Since: 8/16/2005
 

This photo makes it look like "The one that got away" and the expressions are great...kinda like "Oh sh**! I can't believe I am missing this one"
I love it. Great grab. Sometimes you just have to be quick on your feet. (No pun intended.)


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3/7/2007 4:11:19 PM

 
Donna LaMattino Pagakis
BetterPhoto Member Since: 1/12/2004
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Super stop action image, great timing!


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3/8/2007 9:34:39 AM

 
Debra LeVasseur
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/29/2004
 

I have to say...Great shot!!


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3/14/2007 9:01:38 AM

 
Jose R. Avina
BetterPhoto Member Since: 1/12/2006
 

It looks Great. Good Job.


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4/9/2007 9:34:28 PM

 
Dave Sanders
BetterPhoto Member Since: 2/5/2005
 

Newman I shoot a lot of sports myself. This is probably one of the best shots per difficulty factor that I have ever seen. Great work. I was wondering if you could brief my site amd lend a helping hand on my photos. I will look for your next course in Minneapolis.


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10/4/2007 5:29:06 PM

 
Anthony 
BetterPhoto Member Since: 7/10/2007
 

This is one of the best shots I have seen in Sports Photography! Because both players were diving/reaching for the ball
shows madd thirst/dedication for this game. You were in the right place at the right time and capture such a "CLEAR" shot... I guess this is what they call a
"million dollar" shot! - Congrads!!! ~ Ant.


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10/8/2007 12:39:12 AM

 
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