My sister takes photographs for our weekly Ultimate league. We start around 6 pm (this is currently summer), and play till 8ish. But nearing the end, the light is low - bright enough to play in, but most shots end up looking like this:
She's using a Canon Rebel T2i with a EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II lens. How can these lower-light shots be less blurry? (keep in mind, the sport is extremely fast-paced). Would shooting in RAW format help at all? Are there any post-production techniques that could be done if so?
The EXIF data:
Make Canon, Model Canon EOS REBEL T2i, Aperture 5, Exposure Time 1/6 (0.166666666667 sec), Lens IDCanon EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II, Focal Length 109.0 mm, FlashOff, Did not fire, File Size 6.3 MB, File Type JPEG, MIME Type image/jpeg, Image Width 5184, Image Height 3456, Encoding Process Baseline DCT, Huffman coding, Bits Per Sample 8, Color Components 3, X Resolution 72, Y Resolution 72, YCbCr Sub Sampling YCbCr4:2:2 (2 1), YCbCr Positioning Co-sited, Exposure Program Action (High speed), Date and Time (Original) 2013:06:20 07:37:14, Metering Mode Evaluative, Color Space sRGB, Custom Rendered Normal, Exposure Mode Auto, White Balance Auto, Scene Capture Type Standard, Contrast Normal, Saturation Normal, Sharpness 3, Quality Fine, Sequence Number N/A, F Number 5, Exposure Compensation N/A, Focus Mode AI Servo AF, ISO 3200, Digital Zoom None, Compression JPEG (old-style), Orientation Horizontal (normal)