Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Net effect


I like this shot but it will never make it to print. It has everything you look for in a sports photo, good focus, peak action and emotion. I think almost a little too much emotion. I like the way all the players are screaming while the shot at the net is happening. last time I ran a shot like this i found out I made a 17-year-old volleyball player cry and refuse to go to school for a day. I rather just put the photo on my blog, no one will see it here.

5 comments:

Mike McLellan, D. Min. said...

Glenn:
You underestimate the vast number of us who check your blog every day. Some people do not like to have their picture taken (any confessions?) but although you did not make me look young or thin (God didn't pull it off either) I like my mugshot. Keep up the great work. (Bet you wanted to be in that copter to get a closeup!)

Anonymous said...

Hey,
I read two blogs. Yours is one of them. I know nothing about potography except that I appreciate the art in it. I'm a wife and mother of 3. I was a Speech Therapist, which comes in handy now...(My oldest and youngest have autism.) When I get a moment to myself, I like to check out your latest shots and views. I love the feeling that your subjects and thoughts are so real and tangible. I enjoy reading your perspective on photographs and even more so the human natures behind them.
Please, blog on!

Anonymous said...

Hey,
I read two blogs. Yours is one of them. I know nothing about potography except that I appreciate the art in it. I'm a wife and mother of 3. I was a Speech Therapist, which comes in handy now...(My oldest and youngest have autism.) When I get a moment to myself, I like to check out your latest shots and views. I love the feeling that your subjects and thoughts are so real and tangible. I enjoy reading your perspective on photographs and even more so the human natures behind them.
Please, blog on!

Anonymous said...

Like your photos, Glenn. Keep up the good work.
A THS volleyball mom

Anonymous said...

An azazing picture of motion, and an awesome picture of our grandaughter, #9. Thank you!