The hardest shot to get was outfielders catching fly balls. By the time I knew where the ball was going and got my lens pointed in the right direction I was lucky to get a non blurry shot. Getting the timing correct was even harder. I was generally just a little bit too late to get a picture of the ball in the air. I've read that I should keep both eyes open when shooting softball but my right eye is covered up by my camera as I look through the view finder with my left eye.
I was able to get a lot of pictures of the bat making contact with the ball. I watched the body language of the batters to time those shots.
Jorge Wright age 7 plays in a sprinkler to cool off while his uncle Brandon plays softball for the team Camco on Saturday afternoon. at the Adult Coed Softball league tournament from from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Callanan Park.