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you're really good at panning! love the clio in the end, can u post shutter speed ?

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Anel-slo wrote:
you're really good at panning! love the clio in the end, can u post shutter speed ?


Thanks Anel,actually that was my firs time ever shooting on a real track,and i really enjoyed it,so the pics were taken on:

TV mode
shutter from 1/80 (during the day) till 1/60 1/40 by the end of the day
ISO:100
the clio was taken on a shutter speed of 1/80 sec and the car was going around 80-100km/h

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The 5th is my favorite. Excellent details & contrast. :)

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O-H M-Y G-O-S-H :shock: :shock: :shock:

It seems we got an professional panner here :shock: :shock:

Absolutely fantastic!

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Razvan wrote:
The 5th is my favorite. Excellent details & contrast. :)

thanks guys, (bow)

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Here's another one who likes your panning shots.

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ha ha, looks like #3 left his door open!

Nice shots! what was the general shooting info for them (Generally)

and like the others have said, great panning staying in the same spot.

#6 really pushes all the buttons for me... great work!

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danebrewer10 wrote:
Nice shots! what was the general shooting info for them (Generally)



Well i was shooting on TV mode,ISO 100,shutter 1/60 mainly,1/40 and 1/80sec

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danebrewer10 wrote:
Nice shots! what was the general shooting info for them (Generally)



Well i was shooting on TV mode,ISO 100,shutter 1/60 mainly,1/40 and 1/80sec


Sweet man, had to think about that for a second,.... never can figure out why canon use TV instead of an S for the shutter priority....

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My only criticism is that there's only a few pictures that you've got the right angle to see that they're sideways... Most of them just look like general racing, maybe with a twitchy rear. :)

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