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mugget
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Nov 18, 2009 14:51 |  #2206

very nice Dean!
i was going to ask... how much was that cropped?
then i had a look on your Flickr page. hot damn!
i know i have great difficulty trying to pan with too much zoon... very nicely done, sir!




  
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Dean ­ Rachwitz
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Nov 18, 2009 16:43 |  #2207

mugget wrote in post #9038402 (external link)
very nice Dean!
i was going to ask... how much was that cropped?
then i had a look on your Flickr page. hot damn!
i know i have great difficulty trying to pan with too much zoon... very nicely done, sir!

Thanks. :cool: No cropping and only the very slightest of USM applied in CS3, though it wasn't really needed. No other changes. I have to credit Lady Luck a bit with that shot.


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Nov 18, 2009 18:36 as a reply to  @ Dean Rachwitz's post |  #2208

I assume this was with your 17-55?

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Nov 19, 2009 15:42 |  #2209

Goincarcrazy wrote in post #9039722 (external link)
I assume this was with your 17-55?

If you're asking me, I was using my 70-300VR. That shot is at 300mm.


One more from the same day:

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Nov 20, 2009 11:38 |  #2210

awesome shots


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Nov 21, 2009 00:00 |  #2211

TTk wrote in post #9036267 (external link)
this is one excellent shot.;)

Holy crap that is SHARP! Great Job!!!




  
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Nov 21, 2009 01:58 as a reply to  @ Bacon552's post |  #2212

1/50 s handheld at dusk, 280mm on a crop.

IMAGE: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2730/4120955247_c388f3d3c2_o.jpg



  
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Nov 21, 2009 13:19 as a reply to  @ cocker's post |  #2213

There are some amazing photos!!!!! Great job everyone....

And now for my attempt at panning......

IMAGE: http://anmracing.smugmug.com/Groups/Forums-Misc/Mini04/719720937_S4HmY-M.jpg
Minis at SCCA
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Hangin' out at work.
Canon Rebel EOS XS Manual Mode f32 1/40 ISO800 FL80mm


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Last test of the day.
Canon Rebel EOS XS Manual Mode f36 1/20 ISO200 FL130mm

A tough day at work testing tires...

A~

EDIT: I really enjoy doing this type of photography. I have yet to try it with a tripod but I bet I could get some better images if I did...... I hope.....



  
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Nov 21, 2009 14:07 |  #2214

anmracing wrote in post #9056844 (external link)
There are some amazing photos!!!!! Great job everyone....

And now for my attempt at panning......

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Minis at SCCA
Canon Rebel EOS Lost the exposure info when coping image to computer... Bummer.

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Hangin' out at work.
Canon Rebel EOS XS Manual Mode f32 1/40 ISO800 FL80mm


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Last test of the day.
Canon Rebel EOS XS Manual Mode f36 1/20 ISO200 FL130mm

A tough day at work testing tires...

A~

EDIT: I really enjoy doing this type of photography. I have yet to try it with a tripod but I bet I could get some better images if I did...... I hope.....

f/32 and f/36? Were you shooting on auto?

Edit- I see you said you were on manual, are you sure you were? If you were, why shoot at those aps? There isn't a lens made in the last 20 years that is sharp past f/22. Drop your ISO to 100 and your ap to 7.1 or 8 and go from there.


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Nov 22, 2009 19:36 as a reply to  @ Dawid's post |  #2215

Three panning shots from Formula D sonoma at Infineon raceway.

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Nov 22, 2009 22:00 as a reply to  @ Larry Chen's post |  #2216

VERY nice work, Larry. I have always wanted to shoot drifting.


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Nov 22, 2009 22:35 |  #2217

A few samples from the last track day I attended.

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Nov 23, 2009 03:14 |  #2218

that's really fantastic Larry!
love the way the rear of the car looks like it's fading out because of the smoke. nice work.




  
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Nov 23, 2009 17:56 as a reply to  @ mugget's post |  #2219

Here is one of last Sunday Ford 400 in Homestead, FL. My first NASCAR event... I need new eardrums!
link for a better quality pic... I can't make Lightroom change the size without sacrifiying the quality!
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Nov 23, 2009 18:45 |  #2220

@Larry Chen.

Great photos!! Congratulations.

Could you tell us some details?: Camera, lens, ISO, Shutter speed...


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