Closely CroppedJust like Walter Sobchak's noggin.
Did he beat the tag?!?
The glare from the pitcher as a fastball comes straight at you.
The skipper cheering on the troops.
You don't need an extreme closeup when there is additional context available.
Candidate for card of the year. Why? The hand reaching out to catch the ball VMart is tossing into the stands.
Great use of the horizontal layout with the high leg kick.
An unconventional shot of the bench but hey, that's why it works.
19th Century Smut
AKA: Ankle showing. You get to see EVERYTHING.
Now, if you crop this one tight, it's just a guy straining during a follow through.
You can never have enough of Howard connecting.
Oddly enough, I just sent this card to Andy of Traded Sets this morning. I'll probably send this one to Canuck.
By the way, check out the contest at Traded Sets. Mind bending!
Chris Young takes a long lead with Tulo shadowing him to the left and Barmes holding at second. At least I think that's who those Rockies are.
And Finally: The Most Perfectest
Sometimes that little tab at the top breaks for a reason.