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12/15/08 4:16 PM
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Tokyudo
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Here are some more Adrenaline MMA 2 pics I took. I shot them all with my 50mm f1.8. Fairly pleased with the results. I was too lazy to crop any of the pics though. The lighting in the iWireless Center kept going in and out so the exposure of the pics vary a little.


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LC Davis


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Pat Curran


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Gabe Lemley _ Mark Loman 01


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Gabe Lemley _ Mark Loman 02


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Gabe Lemley _ Mark Loman 02


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Mike C. _ Derrick Mehmen 01


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Mike C. _ Derrick Mehmen 01



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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 01


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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 02


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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 03


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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 04


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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 05


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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 06


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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 07


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Pat Miletich _ Thomas Denny 08
12/16/08 9:52 AM
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Tame Dog -  They are all great pics, but how can you avoid the cage being so prominant in the foreground?



Move in closer or have a zoom lens.

One of the downfalls with a fixed prime lens is that you have to get closer to the cage. When shooting through a cage, you have to set your AF to one shot and change your focal range to the center dot. Since I can't zoom, I have to move forward and back and it's not an easy thing to do with other photographers next to you. There were many shots I had to take a little further back due to these factors, hence more fence in the shot than I would have liked.

With a fast zoom lens, the fence isn't an issue.

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