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Old Sep 6, 2005, 1:57 PM   #1
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Old Sep 6, 2005, 7:56 PM   #2
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Maybe try to zoom in, and blur the background a little.

Empty stadium in the background doesn;t look to good.

Here's a crop to give you an idea of framing:


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Terry,

When making prints I do that but, I post over 600 photos a week on my website this time of year for the local school district so I dont do a lot of post processing until someone wants prints.

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Ron G,

I hear your pain.

I shoot a couple hundred sports photos a weekend myself.

However, if your going to post a couple shots here for critique andreview, why not spruce them up a bit?

Else, you'll just get people critiquing your cropping when in fact you haven't cropped them at all.

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