Photos from the race track - CC

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  1. boomer

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    OH sorry! one more. how do you like this slight panning shot?

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    Thank you for convincing me I need to shoot more when I'm at the dragstrip.

    Good shots. :thumbup:
     
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    nice shots really like them
     
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    Pretty good. Two suggestions:

    In your rear 3/4 view, don't cut off the back end of the cars (#'s 2 & 6).

    In your front 3/4 views (#'s 3 & 5), either center on the cars, & not the drivers.....or frame with a bit more room in front of the car than behind it. In these shots, they look like they are about to drive right out of the frame. Give them some room for the eye to see where they are going, not where they have been. Essentially, rule of thirds....put the car to the rear third of the frame.
    I realize that you were trying to catch the burnout smoke within the frame, but to my eye, it just doesn't appeal with the car that far forward.
     
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    Thanks for the comments


    Thank you for your advice! ya, i know what you mean on how they kind of look like they are going to drive out of the frame. I was trying to capture the burnout smoke. I'll try to center them or have the car on the right 1/3 of the frame next time i go out. well see how it goes :)
     

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