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Jodan tzuki, yuko! sent on February 14, 2016 (19:17) by Zane_88. 4 comments, 1311 views. [retina]

at 70mm, 1/320 f/3.2, ISO 1600, hand held.

Palazzetto V. Tarli di Sesto Fiorentino (Fi): Fase regionale di Qualificazione al Campionato Italiano di Kumite Senior (Karate Fijlkam).

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sent on February 16, 2016 (14:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello, I really like the expression cultured and the management of light to keep equilbrato the apparel retail; I do not think it is easy. Since recently I am venturing in sports photos, they are being hypercritical (in the sense that I analyze my shots and those of others) to try to improve. I allow me, with great humility, to observe three things that I think in this shot are not perfect:
1) the feet cut off. A great pity ...
2) for sports photos, 1/320 time in my opinion, is too the limit ... In fact there is a little 'also moved on the faces (on the other parts of the body, such as limbs, can not be a problem because it gives dynamism).
3) I would have taken in 2.8 in order to better blur the background (always bad in the halls); in this way you gain anch in terms of stop and then remains more space to shorten the time (or if appropriate to lower the ISO).
All this in a constructive spirit! I'm not in a position to teach anything ... Let's say if the picture I had made it, I would have moved these observations ...

sent on February 16, 2016 (16:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Diego you're absolutely right, and now I try to give some explanation. For me it was the first experience of sports photos with this objective; in the past I had photographed the outdoor dance essays and Sigma 17-50 f2.8.
The photo session was also born as a result of a post here on the yield of this lens for indoor sports.
The karate fights are very fast and athletes work at greater distances and with more extensive techniques than in boxing. During shooting I have not the slightest notice of cut feet and now I can not do anything. I photographed turning a bit 'to avoid having pictures too soft, but I appreciate factor in case of portrait or landscape. Perhaps leaving F3.2 I could still raise his iso?
For the background this time I feel lucky, at least there are no bags, protezions and water bottles abandoned!
In the coming days I will upload more photos with the intention to exchange views and get advice like yours.

sent on June 14, 2016 (18:24) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Zane _88, I agree with the previous comment, if I may, I'll take my small experience in photography of kick boxing event (discipline I have practiced for many years in his youth).
Already 1/400 would be a long time to freeze the action, it happened to me, just to shoot at outdoor demonstrations night with artificial lighting and the best results I obtained from 1/640 to 1/800.
Do not be afraid to raise the ISO, worth blurred photos.
In my purely personal taste, because of the feet cut off, I would make a further cutout by tightening the frame just above the knee of the athletes.
What do you think?

A salutone.

sent on May 16, 2017 (14:06) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I would say Diego and Mauro's remarks and advice are more than right;
Maybe I do not agree 100% with Diego on the 3rd point, 3.2 to 2.8 1/3 stop gains, not so much,
I do not know the 70-200 sigma but I do not think much change sharpness between 2.8 and 3.2,
At the time of each sport, it takes its own and it takes a while to set the correct value;
Said this to me the click also like with the light micromosus ;-)

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