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| p.1 #1 · Help me improve basketball shots |
I'm mostly been a landscape, macro and portrait photographer, but have been shooting a lot of my kid's sports recently. I manage ok (to my eye) in the outdoor sports, but I am just not happy with some of the basketball shots I am getting, and I imagine conditions will get worse as the kids get faster.
Some examples (and these aren't the horrid ones that I just trashed, but aren't necessarily the best either). All shots processed, which likely is some of the issue:
5d3 at 3200, 85mm, 1.8 at 1/500, some crop.
5d3 at 4000, 50mm, 1.8 at 1/500
5d3 at 3200, 50mm, 1.8 at 1/640
Is this just what I can expect. I can get cleaner portraits than this in low light, but obviously don't have to deal with trying to stop movement. Any suggestions/tips for improvement would be appreciated.
[Edit, and these three show the nice flouresecent light cycles. I need to do a better job color balancing in post... ]