|30th of November 2009 (Mon)||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Sittin on the beach, drinking rocket fuels - Oh yeah
The same spot - Three distinctly different shots
Thought I'd share this.
It's an example of making a location work to your advantage when you have limited opportunities.
The Classic Adelaide Rally is a difficult event to cover due to the lack of time and the distance between the stages.
Getting to three stages in a day is a pretty big ask and even then you can't get to see the whole field at each spot except for the last stage of the day.
On the last day of this year's event we were able to get to just two stages because of the timing.
So, the problem is...How to make it look like there was more than two locations?
Just by going for a short walk from the road closure I was able to get three distinctly different shots from exactly the same position by doing nothing more than turning 180º.
In addition, crossing the road gave me a couple of other different angles.
Not a bad outcome.
C & C Welcome.
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