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 Post subject: Montana MX
PostPosted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:51 am 
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16 image pano
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Wheel to Wheel
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Great pictures and colours on the second, really captured the motion really well

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Thanks Joe, I have only shot 2 races so I am pretty green, been working on my timing. Out of about 400 shots over 300 were keepers with about 200 like the posted ones. I will be doing a larger race in two weeks.

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they are great, number 8 and 12 are brill because they are different!

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Thanks Neil, I was trying to put the viewer in the middle of the action.

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Nice photos!
Try the following time to slower the shutter speed and add some panning, explained by Gordon here:http://www.dslrtips.com/workshops/How_to_blur_action_photos/panning_action_photo.shtml
Then you can get more move in your pics;)

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Nicely done. How close (in terms of meters or lens mm's) were you to the action?

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Great action shots, the flying dirt is enough to indiate speed, #8 is my favorite with the close action.

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Thank you everyone appreciate the comments, Citruspers, on this tracks I can get right to track side, I actually got peppered a few times with dirt. Ruben123, I actually did some panning shots, you can see them on the post above, need to practice panning to get better images.

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Got to admit, not really into bikes, but some great pics there.

As -Neil- said above Nos 8 and 12 do it for me.

Keep it up!

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Like Ur shots nice and clear, Gd timing,my fav is number two, :D


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These are amazing, I like 4 best I think, but some really great ones in here!

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Thanks guys, much appreciated.

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