Fairview Knights "C" Baseball: June 17th, June 30, and July 3rd
Anthony pitching at Scott Carpenter Park
Anthony throwing some fierce heat!
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Kyle watches a low pitch - "another one bites the dust! ;-)"
Kyle clobbers this one
Nate demonstrates his "rocker move" on an inside pitch ;-)
Coach Fano discusses strategy with Nate and John
Coach Fano demonstrates to Kyle how to expertly "flip" a baseball bat! ;-)
Kyle catching some "smoke" ... or optionally, where there is smoke, there is heat! ;-)
Kyle looking around for the ball ... ;-)
Starting to get dark (8:31PM), so shutter speed is slower on Ian's crusher
Kenton making contact
Kyle's "tomahawk" swing
A more "level" swing
VIDEO: Kyle puts a nice tag on a runner trying to score, a throw to 2nd, and hitting
Kyle making contact at the June 30th game
Anthony hitting the ball dead center!
Alex with some pretty darn good ball tracking on a high pitch
Liam making some nice contact with his sweet swing
Liam crushing some balls in the July 3rd game
Alex crushes 'em like Liam - both are tall and wear same number - shoes are different!
Ian sends one flying
Nate hitting a couple
Kyle fouling one off ... and then "smoking" one
John keeps a close eye on this pitch!
John making some nice contact here
John sliding under the tag at home - SAFE!!!
Anthony eyeballs a high pitch ... and then sends it flying
Pictures taken 1/10 second apart showing depth of field difference ...
Photography Notes: Pictures taken with a Canon 7DM2 and 70-200/2.8 lens. I'm using a remote
trigger to fire the camera, with Bulb release for multiple frames. Since it is hard to hear
the shutter (and I want to make sure I stop it), I've attached a Yongnuo YN-E3-RT control unit to
the camera and have it fire a remote Yongnuo YM600EX-RT flash next to me so I have a visual signal
if the camera is still firing. High-Speed Sync is set and manual flash power of 1/128 - lowest possible. Every once in a while, the HSS doesn't seem to work, so it reverts back to the maximum
flash sync speed of 1/250s ... which is clearly seen by the huge increase in depth-of-field
in the two pictures above - these were shot a shutter speed priority with a setting of 1/8000s.