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NitrolympX '09 - Drag Racing from Germany

 
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Nov 27, 2009 05:58 |  #1

I have just uploaded pictures from the NitrolympX '09 meeeting held at Hockenheim, Germany, to my website www.julianhunt.net (external link)

As usual, it was a superb meeting. Here are a few of my favorite images.

C & C is most welcome please, I tried a couple of new ideas with the cropping of some of them this time and I'm not sure if it works that well. I would normally keep all images the same proportions but thought I'd have a go at something different for a change this time.

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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/IMG1995-2/712792006_xWENb-L.jpg
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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/683J1454/712707047_wUPR6-L.jpg
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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/IMG2157-2/712805122_rDHzT-L.jpg
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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/683J1397-2/712705119_eZ9Ta-L.jpg
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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/683J1601/712714331_RgmkH-L.jpg
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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/683J1513-2/712709365_RZ4H5-L.jpg
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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/683J2211/712774185_Sunep-L.jpg
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IMAGE: http://www.julianhunt.net/Automotive-Photography/NitrolympX-09/683J1799-2/712747684_Hq6eV-L.jpg

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Nov 27, 2009 11:22 |  #2

Nice work!




  
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Nov 29, 2009 11:22 as a reply to  @ JustinCesler's post |  #3

I'd say they all look great, the last one is not the strongest image in the bunch but I bet that at a large size it carries lots of drama.

You got the composition of your shots down to the art it should be and you know where and when to look for the "light" and the shot. It's a timing thing and you seem to understand what is required to "wait for the shot to come to you" rather than force a shot to happen.

Only thing left to do is figure out how to get your work published and get paid a respectable amount for your images.

Keep up the good work.


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Nov 29, 2009 11:33 as a reply to  @ JustinCesler's post |  #4

The Mercedes on page 26 is incredible! I've never seen anything like that at the tracks in the states.


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Dec 06, 2009 20:45 |  #5

Yeah, I gotta say, that Mercedes is awesome. Nice shots!


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Dec 07, 2009 18:19 |  #6

These look great, many different angles from the starting line, and slow pans which I like. Man, I want to be on the starting line so bad!!


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Dec 11, 2009 18:27 |  #7

adamsti wrote in post #9153368 (external link)
These look great, many different angles from the starting line, and slow pans which I like. Man, I want to be on the starting line so bad!!

I couldn't have said it any better myself.
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