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Old Sep 26, 2007, 6:02 PM   #1
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Mark III 70 - 200 2.8L IS with 1.4 II, odd lighting throughout evening and very hot and muggy. C&C and toss those tips.......Im sure alot of us would love to catch a few of them. Thanks
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subdoc,

some nice action here - but it looks to me like the images have been overly cropped - not a lot of detail to support the crops. It's just a guess, but from what I've seen of the 200mm 2.8 lens there should be quite a bit more detail. And given the fact it's only 200mm (that's what the exif showed - so either weren't using the TC on the shots I looked at or it's not a canon TC).

My suggestion is to back off the cropping a bit and I think you'll have some great shots here.
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It is the Canon 1.4 II TC, but I can roam throughout the sidelines to shoot (which I love). I may have over cropped them. I was thinking the more isolated the individualcould be would be better than all the Back ground action which of course was DF blurred. I will try not to crop so much.Thanks, that is exactly the kind of feed backI'm looking for.
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nice pictures, you really can see thier faces,
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