For them to use this one, I've got to get permission from Captain Jim. Not sure if that will happen or not, but if it does it means double cha-ching for me!
EDIT: Got permission this morning 7/8/08! CHA CHING!!!
Last edited by FBJ; July 8th, 2008 at 11:49 AM.
Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Bullets are cheap. Life is priceless.
So for all you camera nutso prospect camp veterans, I know camp is "camera friendly", but how friendly is camera friendly? I was thinking about renting the 300mm f/2.8 for Fri-Sun, is this behemoth going to be causing problems if I bring it?
I've never had a problem shooting at TSC, but I've never used anything bigger than 70-200. Sometimes with the camps there are a lot of people trying to get pictures so might have to fight for a good spot along the glass. When I shoot my son's games I shoot from a spot just above the glass. Right after you go up the stairs to the bleachers, there is a gap in the netting you can fit a lens through. They might not let people do that during the camp though.
Make sure you post some of you pics when you get em!
OK, better, but I do wish Lightroom used bicubic sharper when reducing photos, in the originals you can see all the individual panels at the top of the US Bank building, and here it just looks mushy.