These are some spunky, hipped up versions of disc golf action shots. I am not a sports/action shot photographer, so I tend to get a little bored with the act of taking disc golf shots. However, I do it for my husband because he enjoys being able to see his form… it helps him figure out what to tweak. I did take regular ole shots as well, but I wanted to post these first because they are more fun. We went to Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia one sunny afternoon so that Ricky could practice his open shots. On a disc golf course, there are holes in the woods, and there are holes that are more open and located outside the thicket of trees. Although Ricky has two disc golf baskets, in which to practice his putting skills, he needed a place to practice his open shots. Piedmont Park was the perfect place because of the flat, softball fields it possesses. It was early in the afternoon, right after lunch, so there weren’t many people there for Ricky to possibly hit with discs. I am amazed at how people can throw these disc so far and so straight! Anyways, he had this pink and purple pacman disc that I was admiring, when I suddenly realized it would make for a great filter to shoot through. I thought it would add a little twist to the mundane. I also love how a disc is framing and seeing the act of throwing a disc in these photographs… if that makes any sense? These are not the clearest, nor perfectly rendered shots… My camera was actually set to manual mode because I love working in that setting… I’m serious… if you want better photographs, work in manual!!! I don’t know what I’m doing either but I am not afraid to try and experiment. If you are wondering, these photographs were taken right beside the Piedmont Driving Club. I hope you enjoy my whacky perspective of the sport!
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