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Old Jan 1, 2005, 6:53 AM   #1
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A few shots I took at the last girls game
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Old Jan 1, 2005, 9:37 AM   #5
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Looking good Shell. Shell do you shoot your pictures small enough to post, ordo you sometime have to reduce the size afterwards? Im wonder if I can reduce the size of the picture to post, or I have to shoot them small enough initially. Because if you can resize your pic after shooting I have to learn how to do it. Right now pictures like those could bring me a mint. But need some critique on my stuff by being able to post them,before I put them out their,

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Great shots, what camera did you use and I'm amazed you where allowed to use flash, I tried that once at my daughters game and the ref. did not like that.



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Old Jan 3, 2005, 12:07 PM   #7
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Thanks for all of your replies, I use a canon 20D with a 580 EX flash.

In these low light gyms a flash is definitely an advantage.

I shoot all of my pictures at 8 megs. I use a program from MGI to resize with, I have used this program for years and am familiar with it. I know there are numerous other ways to resize, use what you feel the most comfortable with.

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would i be able to get the same type of picture with the d 70 or the rebel and if so what lens ,flash iso setting aperture , speed , did you or would you use ?
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