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Kittle, by the way, knew he simply misjudged a Garoppolo bomb at midfield with green grass ahead of him last game. Said Kittle: “It was just a bad play.” Time for some good plays now.San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris (46) is tackled by Minnesota Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks (54) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn)3. PROTECT THE BALL. Morris’ goal-line fumble set the stage for last weekend’s opening loss. Was it an anomaly, even though he also lost control of the ball on the previous carry?Morris did not lose a fumble in 651 carries the previous four seasons. However, he lost seven fumbles his first two years in Washington, when, coincidentally, he played under Shanahan.Morris said after Sunday’s game his sweaty forearms contributed to the fumble. That game was played indoors. Sunday’s temperature calls for temperatures in the 70s under partly-sunny skies.Matt Breida, who evenly split time in the backfield with Morris in the opener, has yet to fumble in his career. He had 105 carries and 21 receptions as a rookie but did drop five passes. The Lions forced no fumbles in their opener Monday.San Francisco 49ers’ Raheem Mostert (31) is tackled by Indianapolis Colts’ John Simon (51) and Antonio Morrison (44) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)4. GET SPECIAL. The 49ers aren’t taking for granted how easily the Lions succumbed to the Jets, and one such area that hurt Detroit was on special teams. About a minute after the Jets returned an interception for a touchdown, they scored on a 78-yard punt return for a 21-point lead midway through the third quarter.Raheem Mostert, the 49ers special-teams ace, pointed out that the Lions will come in ready to make amends and they’ll be doing so with a veteran special teams coordinator in Joe Marciano, who Shanahan coached with in Houston.“We have to win our one-on-one battles,” said Mostert, an expert gunner. “We did that (last game) but it didn’t help the team enough. We have to be on our keys, win the one-on-ones and make big plays.”Such big plays could come from Pettis as a punt returner, or, more likely, kicker Robbie Gould, who’s made 26 consecutive field-goal attempts and is one shy of Phil Dawson’s record.San Francisco 49ers starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) celebrates towards fans following their 25-23 win against the Tennessee Titans for their NFL game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)5. GET LOUD. Let’s get back to home-field advantage. Why is it important? Because the 49ers won’t need a silent snap count for its offensive line, which could be starting undrafted rookie Najee Toran at right guard if Mike Person can’t play on a bad foot.“I don’t think people realize how big a deal that is, being able to hear cadence,” Staley said.Related Articles Roger Craig, high-kicking 49ers running back, has 50-50 chance for induction to Hall of Fame 49ers Deebo Samuel helping key playoff run as respected rookie Minnesota’s “Skol!” chants and raucous crowd made for the second-loudest venue Staley has encountered in his 12-year career. (“Seattle will always be No. 1,” Staley said.)If 49ers fans can get riled up Sunday, do it when their defense is on the field, a defense that played OK against the Vikings but could really pump up the Levi’s Stadium crowd with sacks and turnovers.“The energy level is up on the fan base this year,” Staley said, “and hopefully they show up and get loud.”* * *How last week’s five keys panned out in a 24-16 loss at Minnesota:1. Win in the trenches. They did early but not after guards Mike Person and Joshua Garnett got hurt.2. Backfield boom. Alfred Morris and Matt Breida split time, and there wasn’t a boom as much as there was a bust with Morris’ goal-line fumble.3. Jimmy G. magic. Garoppolo endured not only his first loss but his first three-interception game.4. Sherman impact. He played every defensive snap, recovered a fumble and successfully defended 1 of 2 passes that came his way.5. Playing chess. Shanahan’s red-zone calls yielded 1 TD in 4 series, but his second-half misdirection plays opened up passing lanes in the comeback attempt. Click HERE if you’re having trouble viewing the gallery on your mobile device.SANTA CLARA – Year 5 of Levi’s Stadium finally could bring what’s been missed since Candlestick: a 49ers home-field advantage.It will take more wins than losses from the home team, and that would be a first.First up on a friendly home schedule is Sunday’s matchup against the Detroit Lions, who lost 48-17 in their opener at home Monday night to the New York Jets. NFL picks Week 16: 49ers rebound, Raiders fall, Patriots clinch 49ers vs. Rams: 5 keys to winning on Saturday night stage Levi’s Stadium has yet to deliver Candlestick-esque nostalgia, no offense to Garoppolo’s comeback over the Titans in his first 49ers home start or an ensuing Christmas Eve upset of Jacksonville that coach Kyle Shanahan says “was as loud as any game I’ve been in.”So, could this be the season that home-field advantage emerges and cheers ricochet off the Mount York suite tower? Here are five ways to a cheer-filled home opener:San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, center, is sacked by Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson (93) and defensive end Everson Griffen (97) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn)1. HIT TARGETS: Garoppolo’s career-high three interceptions sealed the 49ers’ fate in a season-opening, 24-16 loss at Minnesota. He has as many touchdowns as interceptions (8:8) in his 49ers tenure. But don’t panic.As much as Shanahan wants fewer turnovers, he’s not opposed to Garoppolo getting into a gunfight with Matthew Stafford, who had four passes intercepted Monday.“I like guys who aren’t scared to fail,” Shanahan said. “They’re going to let it rip. They’re not going to just guess and gamble, but they’re trying to win the game and they try to see stuff and they try to let it rip.”Staley, who’s blocked for a dozen 49ers quarterbacks since 2007, is the voice of reason when it comes to Garoppolo’s style.Said Staley: “There’s going to be games where sometimes it’s not perfect. There’s going to be games, too, where he’s going to have five touchdowns, no interceptions and a (expletive) ton of yards. We have all the confidence in the world in Jimmy.“He’s a great quarterback and I’m really excited to get back out there Sunday to get this past game behind us.”San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dante Pettis (18) runs from Minnesota Vikings cornerback Mike Hughes (21) after making a reception during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)2. CATCH THE BALL: OK, Garoppolo needs more help than what he got in the opener, when potential touchdown receptions were dropped by Pierre Garçon, Dante Pettis and George Kittle. It would also help if receivers ran the right route in pressure situations (see: Kendrick Bourne’s wrong-way cut on a pick-six at Minnesota).The wide receiving corps must step up in place of Marquise Goodwin, who won’t play because of a quadriceps bruise. That puts Pettis in line for his first career start, and he flashed big-time potential in last Sunday’s debut by producing the 49ers’ only touchdown on a 22-yard, off-schedule play.Garoppolo also figures to throw more to his running backs, as Matt Breida had the only reception (5 yards) last game between him and Alfred Morris. Kurtenbach: The 49ers need a new identity — it’s up to Jimmy Garoppolo to provide it If the 49ers are to snap a four-year playoff drought (and 23-year Lombardi Trophy vanishing act), they absolutely need to hold serve at home.“Hopefully the energy, the fans turn out,” left tackle Joe Staley said. “We’ll see, though. This is the fourth, fifth year of it and it’s kind of hit or miss.”In past years, the 49ers have gone 4-4, 4-4, 1-7 and 3-5 at The Big ‘L’. (See, Levi’s Stadium still lacks a catchy nickname after all these playoff-missing years.)But the 49ers won three of their last four home games last season, including two December wins by Jimmy Garoppolo, whose GQ-bearded mug has made it onto a bobblehead for fans at Sunday’s gates.The Lions, under former Patriots assistant Matt Patricia, are 1 of 5 visitors to Levi’s Stadium who’ll bring a new head coach; the others are the Arizona Cardinals, the Raiders, the New York Giants and the Chicago Bears. New coaches went 0-7 in last weekend’s debuts, by the way.
85mmImage via The Digital PictureThe 85mm is great at capturing wedding footage in a journalistic style. The 85mm is one of the most popular lenses used for portraits. One of the best reasons to use the lens is the great low-light capabilities. It’s much easier to work at a distance and still get a nice clean image during dark wedding receptions.It’s fantastic during dances, and is the opposite of the 35mm. Instead of seeing the couple and the guests in the shot, the 85mm will blur out the background and give you a really nice image of just the couple. The bokeh it produces during the wedding reception is excellent. One of the downsides is the weight. You will get tired of carrying this thing around.Check out this breakdown from Adorama comparing 22 different 85mm lenses.70-200mmImage via The Digital PictureI feel like every wedding videographer will tell you that this is THE lens to have, but it’s really only good for ceremony. Your money will be better spent getting a nice 50mm. That said, if you shoot a lot of big weddings, the 70-200 is still essential. You’ll want to make sure you have a lens with image stabilization.This lens will help you hide in the back and go unnoticed by guests. You can easily capture some nice close-up shots as well as quickly zooming out to capture the whole bridal party.Check out this comparison between the Tamron 70-200, Sigma 70-200, and Canon 70-200mm lenses from Tony Northrup. 50mmImage via The Digital PictureThe 50mm lens is the go-to lens for photographers and videographers alike. This lens is incredibly versatile. To get the best composition and framing, all you have to do is take a few steps forward or backwards. The 50mm is great for capturing all those candid moments of the bridal party goofing off and laughing. It’s not as wide as the 35mm, which can be beneficial if you are working in tight spaces — like small hotel rooms.At the wedding venue, the 50mm can capture great details like table tops, the cake, toasts, seating cards, and everything in between. Where the 35mm was great at capturing the couple and everyone celebrating behind them, the 50mm will allow you to draw more focus on the couple.This video from Digital Rev aims to narrow down the best 50mm by showing off several brands of glass. Bonus – Specialty LensesThe following lenses aren’t the best for every wedding or videographer. However, they are great for very specific reasons.14mmIf you’ll be flying your camera on a Steadicam or Glidecam, the 14mm is a great lens simply because you won’t have to keep adjusting the focus. Most 14mm lenses have a hyperfocal distance of three feet, so you can get pretty close or be back a bit and not have to focus.100mmIf you are planning to get footage of the wedding rings or some dress details, a 100mm macro is the way to go. You’ll capture some great little details, but that’s pretty much the only thing you can use this lens for. It will sit in your camera bag the rest of the day.What are your go-to lenses for shooting weddings? Share your kit in the comments below! Shooting a wedding, but not sure what camera gear you need? Take a look at four of the best lens options for capturing the whole wedding day.Top image via ShutterstockWhen shooting a wedding, you will want a few different lenses to work with. In fact, if you’re carrying your lenses with you, it may be best to swap lenses during the day. Lenses that work great for ceremonies may not work at all during the reception.During the wedding day, you will want to get plenty of intricate details. This includes big things like exteriors of the hotel, church, or venue, down to little things like rings and cufflinks. Now, there isn’t one magic lens that will capture all of these things equally, so here are the four lenses you’ll need to capture the whole wedding day.35mmImage via The Digital PictureThe 35mm is a wide-angle lens that’s perfect for shooting the entire wedding day. Its compact size also helps everyone on camera act like themselves. They tend not to be very intimidated by this lens. Before the ceremony, you can use this lens to capture the entire room while the bridal party is getting ready. It’s great for capturing a lot of action happening at once.During the ceremony, this lens is great at setting a feel for the vows. It really helps set the scene, allowing you to focus on the storytelling. At the reception, this lens is wonderful for capturing the bridal party entrances. Not only do you see each couple walking in, you get some great footage of everyone in the background cheering them on. The same goes for the first dance and parent dances. Having the crowd smiling and crying in the background can really take the footage to another level.Here’s a comparison between the Canon 35mm, Zeiss 35mm, Cooke 40mm, and the new XEEN 35mm from cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, ASC.
Chief Proctor of the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) O.N. Singh resigned late on Tuesday, taking “moral responsibility” for the lathi charge on students demanding justice for a colleague who was molested on the campus.The incidents on the campus over the last few days has raised questions on the safety of women students in one of Asia’s largest residential campuses. Several students (many of them girls), journalists and policemen were injured as the police lathi-charged the protestors, some of whom also allegedly indulged in arson, on Saturday night.Mr. Singh’s resignation was accepted by Vice Chancellor Girish Chandra Tripathi, a varsity spokesperson said.Steps for better security on the campusMeanwhile, even as the Varanasi Divisional Commissioner held the BHU administration guilty of not being sensitive during the incident and failing to take timely action, the varsity announced a number of steps for better security on the campus.Also Read We want lights on campus, not locks, say BHU students The BHU is spread over a sprawling 1,360 acres.Vehicular movement around hostels will now be restricted and better lighting will be provided at night. CCTV cameras will be installed at sensitive places within the campus and a mechanism for checking of vehicles will also be implemented.Women guards will soon be deployed in girls’ hostels while a committee will be formed at the hostel level to provide suggestions to the administration on the safety demands and other necessary issues faced by those staying in the hostels. A dedicated helpline number will also be started, the BHU said.Molestation unfortunate, says VC Terming the molestation of a fine arts student, which led to the protests, “unfortunate and extremely painful,” Mr. Tripathi said the culprits in the case were being identified and strict action would be taken against them.”She is like my daughter as well as that of the university,” Mr. Tripathi said.
Senior BJP leader Gopinath Munde on Tuesday stayed away from a crucial meeting of party’s MPs, MLAs and MLCs from Maharashtra, convened by state chief Sudhir Mungantiwar in the wake of the former’s rebellion. Party’s leaders however maintained that he would continue with the party and differences would be sorted out soon.The meeting followed speculation that after failing to get the party leadership to concede to his demands, Munde – the BJP’s deputy leader in the Lok Sabha – was on his way to join the Congress.After the meeting, Munde supporters left for his residence in Worli for further discussion over the issue. Leader of Opposition in the assembly Eknath Khadse said he was confident that Munde would not leave the party.Munde’s legislator daughter Pankaja Palve also sought to play down reports of her father breaking away from the BJP. She said there has been no offer to join any other party from anyone.In Delhi, former BJP chief Rajnath Singh said Munde would remain in the party and differences would be sorted out soon.Party spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain said central leadership’s talks with Munde were positive. Denying any knowledge that Munde was in talks with the Congress, he said, “Gopinath Munde was in Delhi where he met with senior leaders. Talks are positive and still underway. We will let the press know further developments.”Earlier, a meeting of the BJP top brass at senior leader L.K. Advani’s residence on Monday evening had apparently failed to convince Munde. Sources said the Pune BJP chief’s post, where Gadkari loyalist Vilas Mathkari was appointed over Munde’s candidate Yogesh Gogawale, remains a problem area with both the leaders from Maharashtra refusing to budge.advertisementFor more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here.