Bonneville at Weber for the Standard-Examiner

Cooper Cosby of Weber High, in white, is tripped up by Justin Porter, left and Jayden Smith of Bonneville High during their match up at Weber High in Pleasant View Wednesday Dec. 11, 2013.

Cooper Cosby of Weber High, in white, is tripped up by Justin Porter, left and Jayden Smith of Bonneville High during their match up at Weber High in Pleasant View Wednesday Dec. 11, 2013.

Cooper Cosby of Weber High, in white, is tripped up by Justin Porter, left and Jayden Smith of Bonneville High during their match up at Weber High in Pleasant View Wednesday Dec. 11, 2013.

Cooper Cosby of Weber High, in white, is tripped up by Justin Porter, left and Jayden Smith of Bonneville High during their match up at Weber High in Pleasant View Wednesday Dec. 11, 2013.

Using a super fast motor drive to shoot sports is one of the best tools to capture the best action. However, one of the drawbacks is that once a series of photos are captured, it can be difficult to choose the best action shot of the series.

This was the case on Wednesday. I couldn’t decide which of these two photos was the best. If you have a strong opinion on the matter, let me know. It’s your turn to be a photo editor for the day!

3 Comments

  1. Garry Bryant December 13, 2013

    #1 is less distracting, it reads faster. They are both great shots!

  2. Stuart Johnson December 14, 2013

    I agree with Garry, #1 reads faster. The composition of the three player keeps the eye centered for a faster read. Nice photos.

  3. Andrew December 16, 2013

    Hmmmm. It all depends on who won.
    If the Lakers upended the Warriors then the first shot. If Weber won, the second one.

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