Renault World Series 2007 - Donington Park

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  1. SeriouslyC

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    I was at the Renault World Series for the whole weekend. A lot of rather large white lenses walking around making me quite jealous. Shooting with a Canon 400D and a 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS. It was a great weekend and my first time at Donington race circuit.

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    #5 - ...Thats life
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    # 9 - I didn't crop this at all
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    C&C welcome.

    If you want to see more of these please go to this link http://www.capturinglight.me.uk/donington/content/index.html

    Many thanks.
     
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    These are some incredible pans. Goes to show, you don't need super expensive equipment to make a good picture.
     
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    that's some beautiful work my friend. The panning and the angles
     
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    Not a big fan of the extreme angles but it does make for a more dramatic photo. Also not a big fan of black & white for sports/action photography, especially auto racing which is a very colorful sport.

    Having said those, though, you have some very good shots here. #9 is a definite keeper, having got it like that out of the camera (no cropping) is a feather in your hat.
     
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    Wow nice shots, look like a action packed day at the track.
     
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    Number 2 it great, I like the damage. I love the depth of field choice on #6.
     
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    I think the B&W gives the racing track a real vintage look, I like it.
    Also I think some of them maybe have been cropped a little too tight, especially that first shot.

    Great work none the less, thanks very much for sharing.
     
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    Nice shots. I especially like #6
    Wish I could I have gone - I had the tickets and all, just couldn't make it :(


    Kin
     

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