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Old Jan 19, 2008, 10:25 AM   #1
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Great shots, colini. #1 is a terrific job of catching the desparation of a keeper. Love the expressions on both players in #2. #5 is just an overall solid shot

The only thing I would ask is whether you might have been able to bring up the levels in pp without introducing unacceptable noise levels. Each of the shots could stand to come up about a stop or so.

Really nice work. Always enjoy great football shots.

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Nice shots Colin. Looking at the exif i see you've sneaked in a new D300 camera:lol:, so high ISO shouldn't be a problem?? #3 is my pick. Kind regards Graham.

ps all our loal games whewre called off due to waterlogged pitchesso no footey for me this weekend:sad:. Kind regards Graham.


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Thanks Paul

All i did was a wee bit sharpening in picture project so i agree they could be made to look better, I am going to try nikon capture nx this week, just got it and not installed yet

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Nice shots Colin. Looking at the exif i see you've sneaked in a new D300 camera:lol:, so high ISO shouldn't be a problem?? #3 is my pick. Kind regards Graham.

ps all our loal games whewre called off due to waterlogged pitchesso no footey for me this weekend:sad:. Kind regards Graham.

Good spot Graham

That was first time out with it and have to say i love it, high iso and 6 fps :-)

pity about your games, weather has been pretty bad here too.

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Nice one Colin! These are great.

The noise control in the D300 looks a mile better than the D50 much like the D50/D80 comparison I told you about.

I've pm'd you Dave Stoker's (matchday magazine editor) e-mail address.
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