Some motorcycle track pictures of my friends

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  1. dry3210

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    Went to the track to get some pictures of my friends and here are a few. C&C welcome

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    Nice, what track?
     
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    Nice pictures, a tighter crop would be nice. You saved your buddies a couple bucks to an already expensive track day.

    I am going to an AMA race in NJ next month. Hopefully I can come home with a couple nice shots!
     
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    Thunderbolt @ NJMP
     
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    I cropped in a bit more on the two I like a bit better. Also added a photoshopped picture that is 4 pictures blended together in one turn.

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    (also straightened this one out a bit)

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    Good vantage point/composition. Try boosting the shadows in PS, it may help the very dark areas of the bikes which could do with 'coming out' a little.
     

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