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| p.1 #6 · First Vintage Grand Prix! |
well the camera seems to have done well
the key to these kinds of images i to get the shutter speed slow enough to blur the tires and give a perception of speed also thru some creative panning. give it a try next time and have fun
Yeah, tried that on #2 and #4... Driver slammed on the brakes on #4, so it's less apparent, since the rear wheel was no longer spinning.
I believe I was on 1/100s on #2, and 1/80s on #4... should I try lower speeds? What settings would you recommend?
Actually if you had fun I think that is the most important thing! , The beauty of digital is the ability to learn immediately from the greatest teacher of all: Failure Once i get tired of all the normal type shots i start trying any and everything: tilting the camera can do neat things, panning, getting lower or higher for a change in perspective, slower shutter for even more creative blur, dragging shutter and banging light with a flash. Just to name a few!