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  1. #691
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    @paul14086: Nice action shots! Colors are a bit too saturated in my opinion.
    @Marilynne: Second one is indeed not sharp. I suggest you should practice on keeping the camera steady, or using a mono- or tripod


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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Patrick, this is not the critique section. I'm sure Paul and Marilynne won't mind your comments, but Marilynne, for example, is a very experienced photographer who knows quite well how to keep the camera steady. I think she posted the picture even though it doesn't meet her normal standards, because it was an interesting vehicle.
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by mauckcg View Post
    By far my favorite from the about 20 images from Sebring I have edited so far.

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    very good shot, just at the right time to get the flame from the exhaust.

  4. #694
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    I'm still very new to photography so I'm happy for some advice. Cheers guys
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickDeBie View Post
    @paul14086: Nice action shots! Colors are a bit too saturated in my opinion.
    @Marilynne: Second one is indeed not sharp. I suggest you should practice on keeping the camera steady, or using a mono- or tripod
    Arrived at Loxahatchee just as he was getting ready to pull out. Grabbed the Coolpix S3100 (P&S) since I knew I wouldn't be able to get the D7100/Tamzooka off my bicycle in time before he left.

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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    Patrick, this is not the critique section. I'm sure Paul and Marilynne won't mind your comments, but Marilynne, for example, is a very experienced photographer who knows quite well how to keep the camera steady. I think she posted the picture even though it doesn't meet her normal standards, because it was an interesting vehicle.
    Thanks Woody. Yes, I wouldn't have posted or mentioned it was fuzzy if it was something I see all the time.

    Edit: I probably should have posted it in the almost thread.
    Last edited by Marilynne; 04-02-2015 at 11:38 PM.

  7. #697
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by paul04 View Post
    very good shot, just at the right time to get the flame from the exhaust.
    That was 1 of about 5 from 800 or so and it was the only one of those 5 sharp. I really could have used a D400ish type camera. Plenty of cars with pre flame glow though.
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

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    Post Your Automotive Shots!
    I just got a shot off before he drove away.


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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Wrong time of year for a surfboard in FL

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