A motorsport photo that needs some work:

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  1. Turtle4288

    Turtle4288 TPF Noob!

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    Well its my first proper post on the forum: so i'll jump in at the deep end. The Critique Gallery.

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    The photo is pretty much unedited, just cropped a little and re-sized. It was taken using the following spec last weekend at Brands Hatch:

    Equipment:panasonic DMC-FZ10
    Speed Rating:ISO 50
    Exposure:10/8000
    Aperture (F-Stop):f/2.8

    Its probably one of the better ones I took, and I only take motorsport photos for fun, and really enjoy doing it. I like this photo, and it seems to all fall into place nicely, with the classic F1 car and the random tree... The question is, how can I make it a bit more special? What should I do post-camera to make it special?

    Thanks for all comments!
     
  2. ajmall

    ajmall TPF Noob!

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    hmm, the tree is a bit distracting so cropping it won't make much difference unless u do a close crop of the driver in the cockpit?
     
  3. eydryan

    eydryan TPF Noob!

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    first word: panning. try to use a slower speed if you were already doing it. if not, ask us and we'll set a few guidelines. it's simple.

    otherwise, i'm out of ideas...
     

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