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Ian's Super Bike pics (pic heavy don't ya know!)
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Author:  Ian@TunerUK [ Wed May 06, 2009 4:32 pm ]
Post subject:  Ian's Super Bike pics (pic heavy don't ya know!)

Went to Oulton Park this Monday to watch the British Super Bikes and supporting series. Good day bar the odd shower here and there! Anyway finally managed to make use of my camera and got some panning done. Any comments welcome good or bad. I took over 400 of the day, most are bad/fuzzy or whatever but some came out ok I guess. See what you think anyway...

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Author:  Ian@TunerUK [ Wed May 06, 2009 4:32 pm ]
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Author:  Ian@TunerUK [ Wed May 06, 2009 4:33 pm ]
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I tried for ages to get this bike flaming as he came to the end of the pit straight, when I finally did some plonker stuck a sign in the way :lol:
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Author:  Ian@TunerUK [ Wed May 06, 2009 4:33 pm ]
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Tried out some jazzy fizzle with an extremely slow shutter speed, these were taken at 1/8th!! Give a cool sense of speed imo, not bad for a first time trial anyway...
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Author:  MWF [ Thu May 07, 2009 4:05 pm ]
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Hey Ian only just saw this thread.

I like the pics, certainly some great ones that stand out.

I've no experience shooting this type of thing but it has been discussed by those that do. Capturing a sharp image and a sense of movement sounds pretty hard.

Only thing I would suggest though is not to always put the subject in the centre of the frame, some of the better ones are where the bike is off centre. Also lens and position permitting it would have been better to fill more of the frame with the bike (2/3rds ideally) or change to an angle which game more context to the shot. I.e showing more track and other bikes in the background.

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