lens to cover soccer match


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bugsz

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i think 18-55 is relativly short for a soccer game even if u're at the touch line.
u'll probably need at least 200mm for a decent center of the field shot
 

kentjr

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If you are sitting as an audience, a > 200mm lens will be idea.:)
 

miqbal93

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well im shooting for a soccer team of my friends. and they dunt mind if im running around in the field takin snaps of them but i want to avoid that hahas. any tips of taking pictures of them playing soccer? like the aperture, shutter , etc

thks!
 

Rashkae

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well im shooting for a soccer team of my friends. and they dunt mind if im running around in the field takin snaps of them but i want to avoid that hahas. any tips of taking pictures of them playing soccer? like the aperture, shutter , etc

thks!
All depends on the lighting. If I were you, I'd set to Shutter mode, set a shutter speed of about 1/250 (or 1/500-1/1000s if it's bright daylight) and let the camera adjust the aperture automatically.

Of course, if you read your camera manual, there's a whole section in there about freezing motion when using shutter speed priority.
 

jlkk76

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well im shooting for a soccer team of my friends. and they dunt mind if im running around in the field takin snaps of them but i want to avoid that hahas. any tips of taking pictures of them playing soccer? like the aperture, shutter , etc

thks!
wow...lidat even more siong than playin soccer...:bsmilie:
 

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