Ok so I was going to Long Beach today with my GF (we had the hardest time getting to tequila jacks because all the roads were closed for the LBGP practice, so we had to go the long way around, and I decided to stop and see if I could find anything good to watch. Ends up I got there JUST in the nick of time to watch the Drift practice. This is probably the best way to shoot IMO since there is practically no one there to get in your way, or for you to be in the way of. While looking at these pictures keep in mind that this was my first time shooting inmotion panning type shots (the shutter was too fast the whole time), also that this was planned, so I didnt have time to set-up, plan out set-up or anything. I also didn't know where the track started/ended until the end of their first lap. Some of the pictures aren't even capable of panning, since the cars slowed down towards the end. I would appreciate C&C just keep it clean. I would really like tips on how to do panning shots. Thanks for looking! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.