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Old 08-12-2005, 06:22 PM
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Dont say this has been posted a million times before because all the other ones say post your pics...ok so I got that, this is for ACTION shots, no check out my setup shots! Anyways, action shots are cooler to look at.
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This pic shows the true essence of speed....



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Action shots that are a bit smaller would be "cooler to look at" LOL
:Edit: much better!

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now I can see the Speed! It's almost blinding

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Nice shot. What did you use for a shutter speed?
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From the guys who took the pics after I asked him this question...

"I set the aperature to 210-220 whatever it takes, and reduced the reduberator to 275. After that, I would set the flux focus to 350 and slowly back down the calibration, until the harmonics were just so...

Actually, it's a Kodak Easy Share point & Shoot, & I just set it on the little guy that looks like he's running. I did find that if I moved my head at roughly the same speed as the car was whizzing by, I could usually (but not always) keep the sucker in the frame. The key to good photography is a LARGE memory card and a strong pointer finger."

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Here's one of my Thunder Tiger EB4 S3.

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the key to good action photography is practice and a small memory card that forces you to try harder to get good shots.
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The key to awesome photography is to simply go racin....
And let someone else get great pics.

Thanks to Joe Sullivan for this

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