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  1. #6041
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason25 View Post
    Been awhile, thought I'd post up one.

    African Penguin with D200 + 70-300 VR

    LOL I didn't know there was such thing as an african penguin... but i guess because of global warming nowadays, the animals need to adapt to new climates! haha. Neat pic.
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  2. #6042
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    LOL I didn't know there was such thing as an african penguin... but i guess because of global warming nowadays, the animals need to adapt to new climates! haha. Neat pic.
    South Africa has lots of penguins.
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  3. #6043
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    That's one well made model if it's that small. Makes the photos even better.
    It's actually a slot car. Never been used and I don't plan to use it. And tonight, it was another baseball game. In addition to the ball-on-bat photos, here's a photo of a breaking bat.
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  4. #6044
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    lol thats awesome !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    It's actually a slot car. Never been used and I don't plan to use it. And tonight, it was another baseball game. In addition to the ball-on-bat photos, here's a photo of a breaking bat.
    Was this multiple exposure or are you just that darned good!!??
    Nice one - I can't believe it!
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  6. #6046
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    Timing is everything
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    And tonight, it was another baseball game. In addition to the ball-on-bat photos, here's a photo of a breaking bat.
    nice grab!

  8. #6048
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    It's actually a slot car. Never been used and I don't plan to use it. And tonight, it was another baseball game. In addition to the ball-on-bat photos, here's a photo of a breaking bat.
    Wow, nice shot! Talk about perfect timing! Very cool

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    Thanks for the compliments. Regarding the multiple exposure burst question, I do shoot baseball in continuous high but I rarely take more than two exposures since the camera is too slow compared to some of the others. For example, I usually either "hit" or "miss and miss again" while one of the guys shooting at 10 fps can miss, miss, miss, and then hit since his camera is twice as fast. As a result, I watch the pitcher and try to time the ball as it reaches the batter since I can't get those two extra shots in. I also have numerous photos were the ball is in the "zone" but the batter has missed or just not swung at the ball.
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    sweet bat shot TNB

    had a little photo "meet" the other night, snapped this one as the sun was going down
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