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Apr 19, 2019 16:17:14   #
Thanks for the info, CHG. I normally shoot in RAW & JPEG and do use the Adobe RGB. What does it mean that the camera's color space is uncalibrated?????


 
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Apr 19, 2019 10:38:35   #
agillot wrote:
could those pictures be slightly under exposed ?


That's what I was thinking, but I don't know what causes that.
Apr 19, 2019 09:24:07   #
Fellow Hoggers, I respectfully ask that you give your opinions of what I am doing wrong with the example photos that I am submitting here. To me, they appear washed out and have a yellowish tinge. Shot with a D7100, I normally use either a 70-200mm or 18-400mm Tamron lens for my sports photography. I usually use shutter priority (around 1000/sec) or manual setting with the same shutter speed so I can capture the action and not have blurry shots. Hopefully, the metadata that comes with the examples will help you help me. When I see similar photos taken by photographers with Canon cameras who have a cleaner, crisper and more vivid colors, I cringe that I can't get the same results. Especially when one of the fellow photographers of the same subjects have asked my opinion on the gear they use to take the same shots. Your assistance is appreciated. Thanks

I use AF-C mode and 9 sensors, with a center spot meter. I also normally use Auto white balance. The iso of the attached photos are as follows: Ex. #1, 5000; #2, 3200; #3 is 200; and #4 was 200.
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Apr 19, 2019 08:56:41   #
Thanks to all of you who have commented. I always use AF-C, center spot for sports shots. The ISO for example 1 was 5000, #2 was 3200, and #3 was 200. I normally use Auto white balance. This has been going on for years with the camera. Could it be that the camera is faulty? I would appreciate any suggestions on how to improve the clarity and brightness of my shots. With Easter coming, I need to have the camera be one with me. Do any of you think that I should be using a light meter for the white balance?.....if so, can you recommend one? Though I know that post-production will help fix some of the problem, it really should not be happening.As my age increases, so does my frustration with the low quality of my shots. Thanks again!

Would it be better if I were to submit the RAW files of these shots for analysis. ? I am attaching a better quality photo here with similar settings on a very bright day.
Apr 18, 2019 23:27:49   #
Fellow Hoggers, I respectfully ask that you give your opinions of what I am doing wrong with the example photos that I am submitting here. To me, they appear washed out and have a yellowish tinge. Shot with a D7100, I normally use either a 70-200mm or 18-400mm Tamron lens for my sports photography. I usually use shutter priority (around 1000/sec) or manual setting with the same shutter speed so I can capture the action and not have blurry shots. Hopefully, the metadata that comes with the examples will help you help me. When I see similar photos taken by photographers with Canon cameras who have a cleaner, crisper and more vivid colors, I cringe that I can't get the same results. Especially when one of the fellow photographers of the same subjects have asked my opinion on the gear they use to take the same shots. Your assistance is appreciated. Thanks
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Apr 15, 2019 13:30:28   #
 
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Apr 15, 2019 13:27:31   #
Thanks for sharing, great work by both of you.
Apr 15, 2019 08:49:49   #
Mar 26, 2019 01:02:48   #
Your photos are phenomenal, Rob. The clarity and the lighting are impeccable.
Mar 23, 2019 00:59:35   #
I worked on an environmental cleanup at the GE plant near Hickory about 25 years ago.
Mar 23, 2019 00:56:32   #
tomcat wrote:
nah, in NC, off of I-40, exit 312. However, I am a Pirates fan, since the 60's.....
 
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Mar 22, 2019 22:20:23   #
tomcat wrote:
Similar techniques apply for either sport, the biggest difference being the need for fast lenses.


Is Tomcat from PA, too?
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Mar 22, 2019 01:42:06   #
Carl, best wishes! I empathize with you. I am 70 and also not in the best of my life. Take care.
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