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  1. gsgary

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    Here's some slow motion rally shots i thought you might like, i was going through some old shots and found these

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    2 Got a bit close with this one with all the flying dirt
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    too blurry tbh
     
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    That's how i shot them, #3 i zoomed why shooting i always try something different
     
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    #3 is pretty cool - but I think it would be better if it was a shot of the front of the car.

    It does kinda look 3D though.
     
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    Best ive got from front

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    i know you shot them blurry, but to be honest, i cant help but view them as shots that should be in focus and something went amiss.. looks like an awesome time though! i wish we had events like that near me.
     
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    Here's some that arn't blurry

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    i love the non-blurry ones (just my opinion... it shows allot more skill when you get it sharp imo)
     
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    Not really because you should always try to catch something different to the rest

    this is one of my favourites from last year i'm always looking for somethig different

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    Here a sequence you will like, i don't shoot lots of frames very often but i could see the car was going over

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    When you zoomed out for number 3 in the first series, did you use a tripod? I usually find I move the camera as well as zooming out, which ruins the pic ...

    I like the light stars on the old red rally car nr 63 :)
     
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    I like the series of pics with the blue rally car rolling over. Your style of photography reminds me of a guy named John Brooks who has a very similar style. He posts a lot of pics on speedhunters.com blog if you are interested in seeing. But overall cool pics looks like a lot of fun to watch.
     

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