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It my son, and it was only a practice round with him and his pal. They wanted a few pics, plus they had the air pods in.I'm quite surprised that you didn't get shouted at for shooting on the back swing (or maybe you did) given that you are so close in (150mm focal length or so).
Fait enough but if I may a bit of advice...It my son, and it was only a practice round with him and his pal. They wanted a few pics, plus they had the air pods in.
Dont do the back swing during comps, only on practice rounds where they hit 2 balls sometimes and that when i take them.
Presumably you are saying that pro photographers would frown upon shots taken on the backswing? However, those very same people should be fully aware of the PGA Tour Photography Guideline which states “Silent photography equipment must be used when taking a picture during a player’s swing at any time.”. Technically, any shot of a player’s swing taken with a mechanical shutter is no longer allowed. Therefore, whilst what you said was valid some years ago, times are changing. When people become familiar with the ‘modern’ guidelines they will hopefully be more accepting of shots taken at any point in the swing.You still have the same problem I point out in my last post