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Yeah, I think I got caught in "no man's land" with this one regarding blur. It looks like my shutter speed was too low to stop all motion, and too high to allow for a more dynamic subject motion blur. I probably could have gone with a slower shutter speed to get more blur out of those wheels.
I would like to have seen more radial motion blur in the wheels/tires to convey the motion of the moving subject more, as this wasn't a static shot.
I'll have to scout around to try and find a different location for more aggressive comp. I had originally decided to shoot this location due to its orientation to the lighting and the nearby curve (for the comp). But, the orientation of the curve relative to my below grade position didn't work. Since, I'm shooting this manual focus @ highway speed moving target, I pre-focused to the 90 degree orientation so I could take a crack at vehicles moving from either direction in either lane ... if that makes any sense.
Here's one from the other direction with a different comp, but you can see the lighting isn't very friendly toward the front end. Although, if I shoot in the AM vs. the PM, I could reverse the lighting somewhat in this same location.