Lime Rock Lola


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Jan 18, 2021
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I was going through some of my racing photos and found this little gem. Shot at Lime Rock Park Historic Races in Connecticut in 2018 with a Canon Power Shot A570IS. I usually carry this little guy for hip shots, but I've found myself playing with the Sony A6000 this year, so I think I may give the mirrorless a go for this years races. This photo is original format with NO LR or PS alterations. Critiques always welcome.


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You might want to have a read of this first seeing as you've posted this in the C&C section.

You might want to have a read of this first seeing as you've posted this in the C&C section.

Yah. I did.
Ah well then :aiwebs_016:
Obviously, not the forum for me.
For future reference General C&C is not a good way to get useful feedback on an image. You may get some but people will be lazy and just post opinions with no real meat. If you take time evaluate your own image and focus what it is you need help with it will get you better feedback.

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