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    graigdavis TPF Noob!

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    I was using a slow shutter on these pics to get the action blurr in the back ground. No photoshoping here! Thought I would proove that I still do take pictures. :D

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    Nice job! I like those so much better than the "all sharp" ones you usually end up seeing. It really gives the feeling of something happening. Sweet!
     
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    Super shots Graig. Looks like you still remember how it works. ;)
     
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    Great work, Graig! I always prefer action shots to have some action in them!

    That's why I don't shoot action much. My panning technique looks like a cross-eyed elephant on a warped skateboard. :shock: :wink:
     
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    wow, that first one is GREAT! the blur is perfect, and the subject seems to be perfectly in focus, not easy to do when they're moving fast. nice work!

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    Now that I'd like to see. :lol:
     

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