Golf Shot of local pro


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jeryltan

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Don't you think the person a bit dark? Can't see anything leh.. I may be wrong but I think fill flash may have helped?

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i was thinking, issit u have metered wrongly?
the sky is quite bright as its a bright sunny day, while the person is wearing dark clothing. Perhaps u could have metered off the grass instead using spot metering?
 

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Thanks for viewing.
Actually the intention was not to see the golfer but rather his silhouette. Guess I should have captured the full length of his shadow...
 

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plok said:
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Actually the intention was not to see the golfer but rather his silhouette. Guess I should have captured the full length of his shadow...
oic...then how abt metering the brighter part of the skies? to make the guy appear darker.. ya i think a long shadow would be nice :)
 

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in between half half.
the sky should IMO looks more colour to match the guy who is shadow.
should be a damn bright day.
damn bright day with silhouette not easy to do.
 

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just ot a bit, that's no pro, set up, stance, grip, posture etc etc all wrong... plus pros don't play the white tees, thats for the high handicappers ;)

back to the composition, if you want to capture his silhouette, then take such a shot later in the day when shadows are longer and the sun is behind the golfer (so you don't capture the colours of his clothes etc). also, in all my years as a golfer, i've never seen any photo of a golfer with a silhouette, unless the face is uglier than the swing...hahahaha... ;)
 

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