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  1. #10821
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    Storm over Camden Yards, stopped game play for an hour,
    then the Oriole's proceeeded to give the Red Sox the beat down.
    Biggest comeback in franchise history, I left hoarse and happy

    - Rich

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  2. #10822
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKoopaBros View Post


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    Koopa, please don't take this the wrong way, but I looked at some of your recent photos on flickr. To me they seem a touch over-exposed and they lack saturation. But that's just my opinion.
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  3. #10823
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    Cool photo ANP.

    I went to the baseball game tonight... Only 100F+ degrees.
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  4. #10824
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    Great shot TNB, the DOF is great, and the details and colors through out the pic shines.
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  5. #10825
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    Pretty nice TNB. That guy got sawed off! Maybe the ump is too close to the edge of the frame?
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  6. #10826
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    omg I didnt notice that bat, that's perfect timing man.
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  7. #10827
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Storm over Camden Yards, stopped game play for an hour,
    then the Oriole's proceeeded to give the Red Sox the beat down.
    Biggest comeback in franchise history, I left hoarse and happy

    very nice Rich. that was a fantastic game. Now you can always say "I was there "

    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    Cool photo ANP.

    I went to the baseball game tonight... Only 100F+ degrees.
    Wow. Great Timing TNG. that has to be one in million.

  8. #10828
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    I see a theme starting here so... Batter up!

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  9. #10829
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    Thanks for the comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    Pretty nice TNB. That guy got sawed off! Maybe the ump is too close to the edge of the frame?
    Regarding the ump, I was tempted to cut him out all together but I didn't want part of a person in the frame and that tight of a crop. The "rule of thirds" also places the batter's hands directly on the "lines" if drawn. If I left more of the ump in the photo, that would shift that point away from the batter and even farther away from the broken bat unless I left more in front of the batter. There is also not that much to work with since I like to shoot close and tight, but have actually "backed off" than when I first started just to make sure I can still capture a shot with a broken bat and ball and still crop a photo straight if needed. At least that's my intake as to why I took the photo and cropped it the way I did.

    Also, here's a shot I took yesterday from the press box though the field is not as large as that other field.
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  10. #10830
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Storm over Camden Yards, stopped game play for an hour,
    then the Oriole's proceeeded to give the Red Sox the beat down.
    Biggest comeback in franchise history, I left hoarse and happy

    I watched part of that game... turned it off due to the BoSox blowing the Orioles away... then I watch the highlights on BBTN and lets just say.. i was stunned! What a game it must have been to be at! I give you alot of props for not leaving early!

    As for the picture.. I like it... alot. Have you thought about playing with the sky a little and make it more dramatic?

    Looks like youve got a nice memorable moment there, Rich!
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