I have been working to perfect in-camera lighting and composition. Once I learned the power of photographing in RAW I was hooked. But I realize I have relied too much on RAW and post to to deal with minor issues my photos. The problem is I did this with every setting and type of shoot, not just a portrait or landscape shot that might call for it. Sports, action, party, music, etc all got the same treatment. Lately I have shot situations with a lot of dynamic content in jpeg. I spend more time setting up a shot, or waiting for a specific action before I shoot. I try to expose and compose in camera to minimize time in post. The result is that I take fewer photos, but they are of better quality. Unless of course I'm in machine gun mode.
I'm interested in critique of this photo. It is all done in camera except some post sharpening and contrast bump. I can automate these tweaks. What issues do you see?
Oh yes...by the way, if you see anything positive and noteworthy in this I'd like to know that too. Not just the horrible stuff. <g>