Rolling highway shots (cars, c&c's)

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  1. CanadianJoker

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    Took some rolling shots on my way down to a open drift at Bremerton MotorSports park. This was my first time taking rollers, so any feed back would be helpful.
    For some more rollers/drifting photos from the day please visit:
    Bremerton open drift july 3rd 2010 - a set on Flickr

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    random scubie we saw on the way back
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    Thanks for looking,
    Josh.
     
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    you were on the back seats taking pictures? Please dont tell me you didnt take this while you were driving?
     
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    Nice shots!!
     
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    no i wasnt driving, but i was up front in the passanger seat. i was shooting out of a nissan 180sx (right hand drive), so hanging out the window was enough to get the photos.
     
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    LOL.. Right hand drive! Thats what threw me off :)
     
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    What were the settings you were using? Just curious.
     
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    i lolled at the guy wearing ear plugs in the first picture, but those center 1 lug wheels are sick
     
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    1) seems underexposed. I like the overall shot.
    2) too dark fro my taste.
    3) nice capture.
    4) the placement seems odd to me. too close to the edge.
     
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    i was trying to keep around 1/60th, iso/fstop changed with the light.

    thank you for the crits.

    1)understandable, this was my first try of the day still early morning. i would have preferred to bring the exposure up, but i was all ready shooting a higher iso then i wanted :(

    2)ya the sun behind the car was killing me, im going to have to make sure to try a diffrent angle next time.

    3)thanks again

    4)ya i knew it was to close to the front of the frame as soon as i took it, but since it was a random car driving by i wasnt able to get a 2nd shot :(

    thanks for the crits/comments guys, please keep them coming, im always open suggestions.

    Josh.
     
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    Well they aren't all extremely bad I hate taking driving shots I have a few myself that i've taken and i'm not pleased about them..
     

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