Classic/Sports Car Sprints

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  1. dwol

    dwol TPF Noob!

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    Took these shots Sunday at the Ipswich raceway, just a few of the many photos taken. Thought I would share and C&C is always welcome. :)

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    Thanks for looking :)
     
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    Good pans and you nailed the shutter speed. The wheel blur really conveys speed.

    Do you know how many, if any, of the Cobras were original and not kit cars?
     
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    Great shots. I'm very jealous. This is the subject matter that I find the most interesting and for the life of me I can't seem to get a sharp picture. I'm really loving the Falcon.
     
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    great job keep the cars in focus. nice bunch of photos
     
  5. dwol

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    Thanks for all the comments.

    I believe most of the cobras there were kits, so im not sure if there were any original cobras at all.

    Yeah, at the start of the day I found it bit hard trying to capture the movement yet get the car sharp, it took me most of the day and experimentation to get the feel for it. Only thing I can say is to take heaps of photos panning and try different shutter speeds.
     

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