Drifting Photos

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by Silverado_13, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. Silverado_13

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    This is my second attempt at panning. Please harshly C&C these photos. :thumbup:

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    What ISO are you shooting at? also what how fast is the lens your using in these photos.
     
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    ISO was set at 200. Shutter speed was anywhere from 1/50 to 1/100.
     
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    Nice set i really like how black that dam chlanger is that thing is sweet
     
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    very nice photos. i love that r34.
     
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    Come on guys, I need feedback. Is the blur too much in 4 - 6?
     
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    I think you nailed it in No. 6. I don't really like No. 4, but I don't think the blur is too much; I personally feel the slanted horizon is distracting. That is the first thing I notice when I look at the picture, with all of the colors and the lines going out of the frame. Maybe keep the horizon straight and have the car slanted? Or just shoot from a different perspective? I am not sure how to fix it, I just know something seems off! The colors are kind of flat in No. 2, maybe boost the saturation a bit? The only motorsports I have shot is motocross and hillclimbs; I am a rookie with cars, so this is just my unexperienced opinion, but I think compositionally and from the standpoint of panning, No. 6 is a great shot!
     

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