Some Autocross Pics (C&C please)

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  1. Forty Six and 2

    Forty Six and 2 TPF Noob!

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    Finally got my hands on a Nikon D80 for my 30th birthday a month ago so i went out to try some panning shots. It's my first time using a manual camera so i would like some constructive criticism to enhance my skills. Shot these in RAW and made some color adjustments in PS CS2.

    1) Didn't notice i shot this car on 3 wheels till weeks later. Lucky shot i guess. Lotsa jaggy edges on this one but i don't understand why.
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    Sweet Mini. I really would like to get into AutoX with mine.

    The cars look a bit soft IMO, esp. the first one.
     
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    ahhh, i want a lancer like that..

    #3's my favorite
     
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    I did 2 auto x shoots so far and I think I did well as did you. I seen that for most of my good panning shot came at 1/60 sutter while trying to use as small a ap as possible. I was using my new mono pod to help me also. Check my gallery for some auto x pic and I have the camera settings set to show.
     
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    Forty Six and 2 TPF Noob!

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    Thank you for the comments guys. Most of my shots did come out soft, i had the camera on auto-focus so I'm not sure how to improve on that. Would exif data help with determining what i may be doing wrong? Unfortunately my next local autocross is not till late September so I'll have to wait for some more practice.

    Heck i like your pics, especially the blue 3rd gen RX7.
     

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