|Julie Wilke, #1 leading the team onto the field. Look real close|
and you may see the Frost Bank Tower in the background.
The lighting came out all wrong. Background washed out. You can't see the bank in the background unless you really strain your eye. The focus isn't quite right. You can see #1 Julie Wilke leading the team onto the field - was that intentional, to have #1 first in line? Right behind her is #4, Mary Nguyen. What happened to #2 and #3?
|Marisa Rivas heading the line. Boring.|
In no particular order. In one shot #2, Marisa Rivas, leads in my photo but to make that happen I had to crop the players in front of her and there was no #1. Do you find this photo boring? Compared to the action photos in my other blog postings?
|#78 has the idea. Lets add some interest to the|
grand entry. Even if it just raising a fist.
|I think Lily is sticking her tongue out at me. She really likes me.|
This is a gesture of affection, helping make a boring photograph interesting.
|I know CPR is sticking her tongue out at me. I don't know if she|
likes me. We've exchanged friendly emails from time to time.
|Actually this came right after the procession line. Lily|
is my friend. She knows I want interesting photos and
she made this one interesting for me. (Photo used
with her permission.)
I have tried to add interest. When the Outlaws played at the Texas School for the Blind, I tried another shot with the skyline as a backdrop. I like a low angle because it helps portray these ladies as bigger than life - which they are in my mind.
|Another bigger-than-life shot. I like it.|
|Cool sign. Made of paper. Wonder what is behind it?|
|Looks like they're having fun, doesn't it. Tore through that sign just as if it were made of paper.|
|Compare the energy of this grand entry photo with those |
single file shots above.