Several parents and players have asked why I don't photograph the night games at these Clark sub-fields. Scroll through these images and you'll see the problem caused by the stadium lights at these particular fields. The lights cycle and cast varying color and brightness which isn't noticed by the human eye. But fast shutter speeds, such as 1/800th of a second to stop the action in a photo, capture these variations. I've spent over an hour on these 96 images trying to balance the light and make them look closely similar (which is nearly impossible), and you can see the result.
I hope you still enjoy these images, but I strive to provide a better quality product, which these stadium lights prevent me from doing. I hope you understand.
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