Random rantings and ravings about the Los Angeles Dodgers, written by a small consortium of rabid Dodger fans. With occasional comments on baseball, entertainment, pop culture, and life in general.
Scott Killeen focuses his lens on Tommy....
I love these pictures. Tommy looks good.Scott...Someday you need to let me know what kind of camera you have and what size lens you use. You shoots are great.
fantastic stuff, Scott! Thank you!
Thank you.I use a Nikon D800 with a 80-400mm lens, total cost about $5,000.But I have been testing out a Nikon P600 Point&Shoot style camera which only cost $300. The lens zoom is unbeatable for the price and able to be used inside Blue Heaven without be kicked out from the "no lens over 6 inches allowed law."
Oooh. The P600 looks intriguing, and I in no way know what I'm doing behind a camera.
Lasorda looks better in that portrait-esque shot than Greinke did in his official portrait.
Not the first time we've been kicked out for having something too long.
You said it Dusty, length has always been a problem at Blue Heaven.No matter what a camera's price, it's what the operator sees tthat counts.The newest model, the Nikon P900 will get a great photo from anyway in the ballpark. It's price will be about $600.
God he looks like a gnome.
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