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We’re fast approaching Spring, and that means warm weather, peanuts, popcorn, fastballs and homeruns. That’s right, it’s almost baseball and softball season. This year will be much like last year where we’ll be covering numerous leagues for both parents, friends, families, organizations and the newspapers.
Baseball and softball have always been my most favorite of sports. I played baseball for many many years, even coached a bit, so now that passion for the game transpires into photography.
With us hitting the fields again, there will also be many parents out there with their cameras trying to get those lasting memories of their kids playing ball. Here are a few things to think about when you are out there, hopefully they get you some extra good shots this year.
1. Understand the game that you are photographing. This
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