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PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2008 3:33 pm 
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Hi,

Just some snaps from this morning. Was kindly let loose by the admins of the series to take photos, here's what I took:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jackmcintyre

Uploaded to flickr now, instead of taking up bandwidth from my site. Please view them at high resolution by clicking the "all sizes" button above the image. They look so much better! :lol:

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# 11 is my favorite... It is really sharp and shows action with the smoke... Great shots.


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i like the shots.

but i feel that you could've done well with a longer exposure shutter speed.

it seems a bit bland since you froze the shot in almost every frame.

when it comes to race photography i think sometimes it helps to throw a bit of variety in there.

slower shutter speed and a lots of panning practice should give you shots like this

http://www.flickr.com/photos/strasnonesto/2093163236/

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Nice shots there, but i agree with palaka. You should've used lower shutter speeds sometimes and practice some panning.


palakaboy wrote:
slower shutter speed and a lots of panning practice should give you shots like this

http://www.flickr.com/photos/strasnonesto/2093163236/

And Jack - please note that it really is a lot you have to practice!
Bit i find it quite fun to do :D

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