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PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2011 8:19 am 
As I said in my description on Flickr:

Due to incredibly low-light I struggled to get anything in focus.
I shot in Shutter Priority and had to use my stock 18-55mm lens for the wide angle, which then cripples you with only f/3.5. Still, a bit of blur never hurt anybody! ISO1600 though :(


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Another one...

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Wall of Death Demon Drome #4 by plovell1978, on Flickr


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Well they certainly paint the picture nonetheless. I'd be inclined to crop the latter a bit tighter thou.

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As blurry as the first picture is, I still prefer it over the second one because of the B&W, the motion blur and the rider looking right at you!

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