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Sep 16, 2012 01:33 |  #16

But any pan, with or without a flash, will have the car in focus while the background is blurred.

And I think we get the idea by now, you absolutely hate those of us that use a flash.


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Sep 18, 2012 08:27 |  #17
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People buy this stuff?

And these can hardly be considered pans. They definitely look cut/pasted.




  
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Sep 18, 2012 13:01 |  #18

96whiteknight wrote in post #15008336 (external link)
People buy this stuff?

Sadly, there is........I think they love the word "Hoosier"


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Sep 28, 2012 13:46 as a reply to  @ Bosscat's post |  #19

I get the best of both worlds - we start racing in daylight (nice pans, lots of motion blur), and race into the night (flash photos, parked look). I'd like to pan all night, but our tracks are lit by two candles and torch, so a flash is a necessary evil.

In saying that, there's no reason you cant pan with a flash ;)

In reality though, I get all my panned shots while the light is good, and once it gets dark only use the flash to capture action (wheel lifts, crashes etc)....in my experience, static shots like the OP has posted dont sell so good.


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Sep 28, 2012 13:49 as a reply to  @ angryman's post |  #20

I wouldnt worry too much about the stillness...I'd be asking where the hell the safety fence is? Are they racing in a corn field??


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