In case you wondered where I was while taking this shot, there are two small holes in the lower front wall. These holes are covered with plexi-glass. Behind the front wall, is a concrete trench. Being in the "foxhole" means a photographer can avoid distracting the players and getting a painful hit by the whacked ball. That means shooting through a murky, scratchy glass though. I ended up shooting at some insanely high ISO and shutter speeds.
|camera||Canon EOS 7D Mark II|
|exposure mode||program mode|