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Nov 18, 2007 01:19 |  #1

This was my first rally so I didn't know what to expect. I could only get to the 1st stages at Temple Newsam, looking at the shots on here from Dalby and Langdale it seems Temple Newsam is a bit tame.

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All taken with a 5D and Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8, mostly around ISO 800 as the light was pretty poor under the trees at 8:00 in the morning.

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Nov 18, 2007 02:21 |  #2

This was your first rally and you did well. I bet it won't be your last though.Looks like your 5D handles noise better than my 30D. If I shot at that high of an iso my pics would be a bit grainy. Looks like its time to get a 5D.


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Nov 18, 2007 04:17 |  #3

Nice shots Dan really like 2&4 well done mate looks like you had a fun day


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Nov 18, 2007 09:25 |  #4

Nice shots Dan. I like the rear shot of the Mk1.

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Nov 18, 2007 10:46 |  #5

Lovely shots.




  
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Nov 18, 2007 15:43 as a reply to  @ John Hudson's post |  #6

Nice shots Dan, like the low different angle of #2 the best


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Nov 18, 2007 18:12 |  #7

All of them are really good shots, but the second one is great! :-D

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Nov 18, 2007 22:34 |  #8

i like the shot of the cortina. different angle but pulled off quite nicely.
Only thing is maybe a little bit more room on the top of frame.

But overall really good.

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Nov 19, 2007 02:29 |  #9

A couple of different shots which makes a nice change




  
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Nov 19, 2007 04:32 |  #10

Thanks guys, I was at a Supermoto race a couple of weeks ago and came home with 200 shots that looked very similar. I was determined to ensure that I had a go at some different views and angles on the rally.

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Nov 19, 2007 09:21 as a reply to  @ danpen's post |  #11

great shots another vote for the rear of the MK1 though.:)


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Nov 19, 2007 10:07 |  #12

Great photos of great machines. The rocky photo is excelent!


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Nov 19, 2007 17:09 |  #13

no.2 is cool!


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Nov 19, 2007 22:02 |  #14

I love the second and last shot as they show the drama of rallying beautifully. I would also try some low shutter speed panning next time too, maybe start at 1/160sec and try and get as low as 1/60sec while still getting sharp shots, this really demonstartes speed.


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