I was shooting soccer for yearbook, most of the shots didn't turn out so well, but it was my first time shooting soccer. I have a tendency to follow the ball, which probably isnt good. However, #7 is constantly around the ball, hence all the shots being of him. C+C is welcomed, but remember I was using a 75-300 f/4-5.6 so the dof doesn't allow for too much bokeh blur.
I see some holding on #7, but thats besides the point. I've never been to crazy about color, and they seem kind off boring to me. composision could be better. I do like the second one, but the rest are just ok.
but remember I was using a 75-300 f/4-5.6 so the dof doesn't allow for too much bokeh blur.
Not to be an ***, but I dont think you really understand what "bokeh" is. Bokeh is not the amount of blur or how much is blurred. Bokeh is actually a term describing the quality of the blur.
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