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Hey guys thanks for the feedback. Picture 8 and 3 were the ones I took before it started misting/raining. It actually came down pretty decent the entire second half. i have nbever shot in rain before so I am sure I was doing things wrong. What are the typical things to do while shooting in rain? How do my shots all of a sudden become more soft again? Was I shooting at to slow of a shutter speed? some were like 1/800 and 1/640 even which is probably to slow for college football? I will be the first to admit I need work in post. I have improved a little since i started 9 months ago, but still have a ways to go. I didn't run any of these through any type of noise reduction. Should I have shot at auto white balance? Thanks for the tips keep em coming!!
Don't worry, you weren't the only one shooting at high ISO. At the game I was at, here is the exif from one of the shots taken (this was a little later in the day, after 1).
1/1250 at ƒ/2.8; 3200; f=400 mm. This is the equivalent of 1/640th at ƒ/2.8 and ISO 1600, which for outside is pretty dim.
Also take a look at the Strib Galleries take at the same time. Probably no Exif though.