car racing on grass, c 'n' c

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    nice shots looks like a lot of fun
     
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    For some reason I really like the first one. It makes me think of like a movie where the underdog appears out of the smoke to win the race. good shots
     
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    I really like the first one, looks really fun!
     
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    thanks, was a good day. They even let me in with the marshalls!!
    some of the cars are 300 bhp and weigh 750 Lbs
     
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    Really like the first and third, great shots.
     
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    Beautiful shots! Nikon D40, proof right here that you don't have to spend a ton of money on the body. These are fantastic and beautifully sharp with great color!
     
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    Very nice capture!!! If you dont mind asking what settings are you using??

    Thanks
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    That's some fun stuff! :thumbup:
     
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    I used various settings TBH. If the cars were coming toward me and were sliding i set to freeze action max aperture, then between 1/640 and 1/1000 depending on the light as the sun was in and out, also mostly iso400. If i was panning i used more like 1/250 @around f8, thus blurring the background.
    Thanks for the comments, as you said the d40 performs well with a decent lens and good light.
     
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    a few more
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    Nice work, those Minis ( the ones which are clearly non-standard with their independant front suspension ) look awsome but my favourite is the top pick in the second set.. The tyre deflection caught my eye.
     

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