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Nov 14, 2008 21:25 |  #1

Hello all, I was out in the desert for a motorcycle race. I was a chase vehicle for a friend's son so I did not get any race shots. I did get a couple of the guys to clown for me. The light was all wrong but I tried to use it to my advantage. I shot at 1/200 and some of the shots of the bike/rider are a little blurry but I kept them because of the action. What do you guys think?

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There's actually a bike in there, you can just see his helmet about 1/3 over from the right.
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Nov 14, 2008 21:40 |  #2

Here are some shots of one of the really fast guys who usually gets 1st or 2nd. At the time I thought that the sun was overhead but looking at these, I should have shot from the other side. :o On the ones that are really washed out I was shooting with the sun in the frame and cropped it out. I had never done this before and I just walked up underneath him and started panning with a 24-105. I'll do it a little different next time.

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