I thought I would comment on what my mistakes were in case anyone is interested in sports photography.
I screwed up what I think would have been my best photo of the day when Austen gave Jerome a hug and was screaming at him after the gun sounded. I was leaning into them and had my camera over my head trying to shoot down on them. Wide angle lens all the way zoomed out. But...I was aiming too high and lost a great image. I put what I had on here anyway because it was still a neat moment.
The other two disappointments I had was on the TD catch, Jake made the catch between frames so I didn't get the ball in his hands. Not much you can do about that. Then on the punt return, I always follow the punt returner from behind and hope to get a tackle with our player facing me. But as soon as I heard the crowd noise I knew it was a fake but I picked up the wrong guy and totally missed Brandnter running to the left. And it was wide open for me too.
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Oh, one other thing I wanted to tell was that early in the fourth quarter during a time-out, Paul Rhoads was going down the bench yelling "ALL-IN, ALL-IN" to anyone who would listen. It might have been right at the end 3rd / beginning 4th but I can't remember the exact time. pretty cool, though!!
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