MUFC v West Ham Utd

redmax

Active Member
I swapped my usual seat in the Stretford End with my mate who sits very near the front rows. I managed to sneak in my gear and grab nearly 950 shots:eek:

Here's a selection of what I have processed so far.
I haven't really adjusted much though. I shot in RAW and adjusted WB and saturation of the green grass which seemed to be quite high.

Not up to Bristol Pete's standard but quite pleased anyway


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Ronaldo on the ball.
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Rio and Dean Ashton were slugging it all day. Great contest of two big guys!

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Acrobatic challenge beating Giggs to the ball

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Tevez working his socks off as usual. Scored a great goal against his former club
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Rio immense once again defending the box
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Evra - another fearless defender who has given everything this season.
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Ronaldo using his head. Gifted with all round talent that boy!
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Ronaldo again using his feet this time.
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Rio doing the biz

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Tevez with his usual determination
 

redmax

Active Member
Nicky Butt is our secret weapon!
Its time to reactivate our sleeper.:thumbsup::devil:
 
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vulkan75

Guest
Nice set and very lucky to get in close with your kit...I watched the match on telly and saw a guy with a dslr at in the front rows....maybe it was you:)

Did you have a white t-shirt on with short maybe balding hair?:D

Anyway they are my team too....two games to glory,fungers crossed.


Love the tevez one:smashin:
 

redmax

Active Member
Cheers.

I think 'cos it was last home game of the season that the stewards were a little relaxed regarding cameras.
Never quite understand the logic though given that nearly everyone has a p&s or camera phone which nobody bothers with.
 

milkmanchris

Active Member
I have worked OT many times an often see DSLR's in the crowd, just be careful where you post the pictures

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