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  1. Albert Smith
    February 8, 2021 @ 5:08 pm

    Nice article. Working within limitations can make you do and see things that you wouldn’t if you had access to all the gear and any position that you wanted.

    One tip from my time in the old film and manual focus days, sometimes don’t track the subjects. The rims are going to have a lot of action and since your angle of view is wider than you’d like, focus on the rim, compose a nice frame and wait until the players enter your shot. I did this for years with an 85mm on film ( just a bit tighter than your 50mmon dx) with good results.

    Nice photos, thanks for sharing.

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    • Stefan Panaitescu
      February 8, 2021 @ 5:41 pm

      Thank you so much for the message and I am really glad you liked the pictures.

      I will keep in mind your advice and will work harder on improving my photos.

      This has been my first try but I love it and can’t wait to go back shooting again

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      • Mark Hefetz
        February 9, 2021 @ 6:24 pm

        Nice photos, really show the atmosphere on the court.

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        • Stefan Panaitescu
          February 10, 2021 @ 9:20 am

          Hi Mark and thank you so much for the comment!

          I am really glad you like the pictures and more will follow since I love photographing sports(basketball in particular)

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