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  1. chammer

    chammer TPF Noob!

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    yes, making fun of my own title from the ducky thread. :)

    here's some of the rc car shots i managed to get from the park today...

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    they were all gas powered, and insanely fast. definitely harder to shoot than first appeared! :mrgreen:
     
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    I like the last one. That could be on a cover page of a RC car magazine....
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The last one rocks!

    #2 is pretty cool, too. I like the composition. I like that the car is coming toward you, and it has plenty of room to move in the frame.
     
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    for the last one i was shooting high speed continuous, and right after that frame the rc car enters a tree, takes out a small branch, lands on it wheels, and keeps on going. i would have posted a couple from that...but there's no ground for reference so its hard to make out exactly whats going on, but it was hilarious to watch lol. :)
     
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    These are really interesting! I like #2, #3 and the last one.

    I think #2 is great, mainly because of what Bitter said. I love the angle and really like how much room is left for the car to "move."

    I think #3 is really interesting too because of the action captured in the frame. I love how it looks like the car is turning to make a bee-line for you, it is a very interesting angle and interesting action capture.

    And, as everyone before me has said, the last photo is great!
     

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