Posts Tagged ‘frisbee’

5th November
2011
written by admin

It’s the first game of playoffs. The game started at 4pm, so the lighting was not great for high shutter speed shots. I like this picture for the attempted foot-block.

5th June
2011
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Today was supposed to be the last game of playoffs, but the other team didn’t show up. There was another team there, whose opponents didn’t show up, but they were an A-pool team. After waiting around for 30 minutes or so we decided to play some scrimmage with the A-pool team.

I think this picture turned out to be a good action shot.

8th May
2011
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We had very few subs in today’s frisbee game, so I didn’t have a lot of time to take pictures. But I was able to get this one. My focus was a little off in this shot, but I liked anyway.

1st May
2011
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It was the first game of the year played in sunlight! I didn’t take a lot pictures. I spent most of my time on the sidelines catching my breath. I picked the one I liked the best of the few I took. No post-processing.

I turned my ISO down to 100 since it was sunny. But I also had my circular polarizer on the lens. I wonder if I should have raised the ISO because 1/125 wasn’t fast enough to freeze the action here.

10th April
2011
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Today was another frisbee day. Again, messing with fast shutter speeds. I like this image because of the waves you can see in the shirt. The ISO was only set to 200, fstop was 5.0 and that allowed the shutter speed to be as fast as 1/640s.

3rd April
2011
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Today’s picture works better as a set of images. In our frisbee game today, I was again messing with high shutter speeds – trying to freeze the action. I have this series of four images that goes through a pass from one teammate to another. The image above is the end of the series. Here is the beginning of the of the pass:

27th March
2011
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Sunday was another frisbee day. I had my telephoto lens and raised the ISO a little so I could get really fast shutter speeds. I wanted to get pictures were action was frozen. That’s something I’ve been wanting to work on. Since it’s getting lighter outside, and the frisbee games are during the day, I’m getting that opportunity.

13th March
2011
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Today was our first frisbee game of the spring season (and 2011). I forgot my telephoto lens, so I ended up cropping an image I took with my kit lens.

It was a good game. We were definitely rusty after not playing this winter. This point was one of the ones near the end.

Note: The yellow line is not out of bounds. The out of bounds line can’t be seen in this image.