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Jul 16, 2018 12:25 |  #8161

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This one is a real winner for me! Nice job.

+1 on that...


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Jul 16, 2018 15:23 |  #8162

Thanks both - Goodwood FoS is awash with people so finding a clear view is pretty tricky


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Jul 17, 2018 12:51 |  #8163

Thought I would try the silly slow pans again as everyone keeps saying how 'cool' they are - nope still not convinced lol

This one not too bad:

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Where as this one may be a little too much lol:

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Jul 17, 2018 13:15 |  #8164


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Jul 18, 2018 07:21 |  #8165

I'm much better with panning than I used to be. Thinking at 1/5 I'd have 100% throwaways. Worth trying in next month at the boat race though! With the water, would be an awesome effect if I can manage to get some of the boat sharp


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Jul 18, 2018 07:30 |  #8166

David Stallard wrote in post #18664662 (external link)
Thought I would try the silly slow pans again as everyone keeps saying how 'cool' they are - nope still not convinced lol

.DAVID.

I find it's better when the subject is moving quicker...doing a steady slow swing is much more difficult IMO.


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Jul 18, 2018 13:46 |  #8167

I found manual to be more useful for slow ss. Maybe it was just luck but manual focus on a given area, track the subject until it reaches there...and then hope


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Jul 18, 2018 17:29 |  #8168

IMSA Weathertech weekend at CTMP, Turn 8 or so.


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Jul 18, 2018 17:55 |  #8169

Another prototype between C2&3


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Jul 18, 2018 19:21 |  #8170

A few more from Saturday. The BMW was the Marquee car of the year.


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Jul 18, 2018 19:23 as a reply to  @ Pigpen101's post |  #8171

Beautiful.
My first two Beemers were these models. In street version only :lol:



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Jul 18, 2018 19:41 |  #8172

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Beautiful.
My first two Beemers were these models. In street version only :lol:


I love the old Beemers. My first was a 1982 320I, my second was a 1984 325E. I loved the 325E!!! Straight six, 5 speed stick, sun roof, and it was wide open under the hood. I could sit on the fender with my feet inside and work on the engine. It wasn't long after I got rid of it before I regretted it.

This is a huge event every year in the city of Pittsburgh. The entire thing last 2 weeks. On the 2nd Sunday, the final day, right before the official races begin, there is a parade featuring the Marquee car of the year.

So, the parade is along the actual race "track" (track is in quotes here because it is actually on public streets). The "track" is approximately 3.2 miles long. The cars in the parade are told to stay 2 car lengths from each other. There were so many BMWs in the parade that they stretched the entire 3.2 mile track. You were asked to pre-register for the parade but you could also just show up on Sunday and register then. As of Saturday afternoon, there were 582 pre-registered BMWs for the parade.




  
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Jul 18, 2018 19:51 |  #8173

Not sure exactly what constitutes a "whip pan", but these 1/15 sec were not easy, but I had to play.


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Jul 18, 2018 20:12 |  #8174

I was able to capture a few with a wheel off the grand.


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Jul 18, 2018 21:49 |  #8175

Pigpen101 wrote in post #18665616 (external link)
I love the old Beemers. My first was a 1982 320I, my second was a 1984 325E. I loved the 325E!!! Straight six, 5 speed stick, sun roof, and it was wide open under the hood. I could sit on the fender with my feet inside and work on the engine. It wasn't long after I got rid of it before I regretted it.

This is a huge event every year in the city of Pittsburgh. The entire thing last 2 weeks. On the 2nd Sunday, the final day, right before the official races begin, there is a parade featuring the Marquee car of the year.

So, the parade is along the actual race "track" (track is in quotes here because it is actually on public streets). The "track" is approximately 3.2 miles long. The cars in the parade are told to stay 2 car lengths from each other. There were so many BMWs in the parade that they stretched the entire 3.2 mile track. You were asked to pre-register for the parade but you could also just show up on Sunday and register then. As of Saturday afternoon, there were 582 pre-registered BMWs for the parade.

Thanks Pigpen101
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That was awesome machine, and it hummed, literally. Such a sweet, powerful engine.
Kids still remind me. 'you'd get past that sign dad and....'. Must have put the foot down!  :p

Sounds an awesome event.



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