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Old 11-14-2012, 02:09 PM   #8
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I think you should position camera a bit closer, or place it behind you on some pedestal or ( I use rubbish bin) something that will elevate the view and bring it closer in detail.
Agree. Some sort of tripod about head high and behind is the best, imo. Funny you should mention rubbish bin, as that's what I've been using as my "tripod". Must get a real one.

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One problem sometimes with wall is, it tends to rush your strokes. It's great for footwork workout but not super ideal for shot making. I sometimes hit the wall as well, when I have no partner,I get new balls that bounce well. That way I can stand a bit further away, taking medium pace balls, still hit them after one bounce but more importantly, it will give me extra time to prepare for the shot and get my feet right.
Yeah, agree. I watched your wall vid. Nice hitting. It's hard for me to tell if OP in this thread is the optimal distance from the wall.
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