Indycar Homestead-Miami Speedway

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    Taken during qualifications for the Gainsco Indy 300. I took a whole bunch of pictures trying to get a good panning shot and this was one of the better, if not the best, shot. I used my 70-200 at f/2.8 using the panning IS mode. By the time this car went out, it was dark enough so that I didn't have to stop the lens down to get a good background blur.

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  2. Spot on, great shot. What's the EXIF here?

    Shutter speed? Aperture? ISO? I assume you were at 200mm...
     
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    I took it wide open at 2.8. Earlier in the day I was stopping it down to get longer exposure times, but by the time he went out it was dark enough so I didn't have to. The exposure time was 1/80 and the ISO is 400. The car is going about 210 mph so I didn't need that long of an exposure time to get a good background blur.
     
  4. Thanks, interesting.

    Soooo.... any pics of Danica Patrick? :eyebrows:
     

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