4 Wheel Jamboree

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by DRoberts, May 5, 2008.

  1. DRoberts

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    Photos I took this weekend working the 4 wheel drive show

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    I'd like to see less of a crop. I'm wondering what they are doing, or how they ended up there.

    What happened to the one with all the sparks underneith?
     
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    That is his brakes sparking like that. Also added more with alittle less crop
     
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    They're all kind of noisy.

    Your EXIF says you were shooting at an ISO of 1600 and a shutter speed of 1/4000s.

    Based on that info, I think you could have easily lowered the ISO (which equals less noise) and still have been able to achieve a decent shutter speed for freezing the action.

    Just a thought for next time... unless you wanted them noisy.
     
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    Thanks for the tip. I am fairly new to all this so all help is appreciated. Between the dust and clouds changing the lighting every 5 seconds was killin me, so I just settled on the 1600 iso and the 1/4000 cause it was giving me the best shots on average. I will try lowering the iso next time though and see where that gets me. Thanks.
     

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