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 Post subject: Rally Sunseeker 2009
PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2009 3:55 pm 
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wow! around what speed does your shutter have to be on to get that gravel and dirt so sharp?


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I was using a 1/200 shutter speed most the day and iso around 500-640 apeture of around f5.6-f9 when the sun would come out i was using 1/250.

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Great shots there, looks like you got better as the day went on, so thats a great sign!
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#2 and the last one look the best to me. I just love the contrast between the motion blurred background and the still captured flying debris.

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Amazing photos.... incredible!

I posted my first attempts in this forum but these are fantastic. I must try harder next time! :D

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Thanks for the reply's glad you like.

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congrats, very nice. I too like no.2 and the last. After many years of spectating rallies in the New Forest with film cameras, and manual focus I had nothing like these. We were never allowed to shot at good angles(safety :roll: ). This rally was always a good Saturday out in the forest.
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WoW man, wow.. cool pics.. Especially the #2. The second pic is my Fav. 5 stars out of 5!

Did you plan for this shot or is it you just got lucky to be in that angle? Whatever it is.. its a great shot! Keep 'em comming.


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The guy in Pic 5 looks like Gordon :lol:

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:lol: gordon???? becase of its head RUDE!! but funny haha i hope he's not mad at us! :lol:

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wow dude amazing shots u got there :D ,my favourites #2 and #9

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Awesome shots!!!!! I wish we had rally races here!!! :oops: Nice panning technique also!!!

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these are amazing shots, i love number 2 and the last one!

really like them!

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I really like number 2. I like how sharp the dirt looks.


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