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Collection: 2012 PaW -- Travis and Kristiana
Camera: Canon EOS-30D
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/4.0L USM
Location: Sylvia, NC
Date: Jan 7, 2012
Aperture: 4
ISO: 1600
Shutter: unk
Galleries: Family, Sports
Date Uploaded: Jan 10, 2012

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Comments: 9
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Trav is the one on the far right. In the air.

(My "little man" turns ten on Wednesday. Where *does* the time go??? This shot is not technically all that great, but it is a milestone for him.)

This past summer, Trav began attending speed and agility training with a local franchise of Parisi Speed School. One of the "skills" they work on are vertical leaps. At his assessment in July, Trav measured four inches, max.

He has become noticeable faster and more coordinated, but I didn't realize the strength he had built in his legs until this shot.

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01/31/2012 02:52:04 AM
A great moment in time captured.
01/14/2012 04:41:53 PM
Wow, boy's got air! Look at him go. This is fun. Great timing on the capture.
01/12/2012 03:43:42 AM
Yep, he can certainly jump now :) Great capture.
01/11/2012 10:40:26 PM
You mean Travis and DPC are both ten years old?
You are a glutton for punishment.
:)
Hmm, is that why you cut the referee in half?
:)
The double smiley is for the double fun you give both with this image and your participation in DPC.
01/11/2012 07:25:26 PM
Getting some serious hang time there. Well done to Travis on his hard work and the resulting improvements, and congratulations to you on your hard work over ten years, and this wonderful capture.
01/11/2012 12:13:50 PM
Great stop action shot. You got Trav at a great spot.

I would consider using the 50mm 1.8 for indoor basketball shots and move closer to the basket. The f4/ 1600 ISO provides a lot of noise (speaking from experience). I have found that the prime lenses do a much better of handling noise and make it less noticeable.
01/11/2012 02:39:16 AM
Go Trav! Great to capture these special life moments of your kid(s). I'm also battling with the indoor shots. My 8 yr old does Judo, won Gold last year :)
With effort I will get the shots but have to use a faster lens like the 70-200mm f/2.8 and they just released a OS/VR version of it aaaargh.
01/10/2012 11:49:52 PM
You know what they say! White men can't jump! WTG Trav!
01/10/2012 11:40:09 PM
What an impressive young man! This is a fun action shot. I think it could be improved by tighter cropping, but overall, I like it!


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