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mmeyer

Go Kart Racing

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I went to the go kart track last night and tried to use some of the tips from you guys from the last time. I use a slow shutter speed and panned with the kart. It was tough because the way it's set up you can't see the front stretch from most of the stands because of the banking. The back stretch has a bunch of light poles so I kept getting them in front of the kart. I did manage to find a spot on the top row of the stands to get some decent ones. It was a nice night and lots of fun to watch. Here's the results

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Mike, these images don't show up. All that's there are five statements: "password protected image."

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You were too fast for me this morning Steve. I forgot that I put them in my family album on my pbase site which is password protected. I was relocating them as you were posting.

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You were too fast for me this morning Steve.

Guess I'd better slow down my shutter speed, eh Mike? winkwink

In a couple of these in particular (the side shots), the slower shutter speed and sense of motion provided by the blurred BG and the spinning tires is really good. I like the comp on the one with the drivers coming at the camera, too.

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I especially like the way it all came together, on the third one. What should be sharp is sharp, and what should be blurred is blurred. It looks like he's really hauling a$$.

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Now that shows speed! Nice work matching the carts' speed in those panning shots, you've really captured the motion well.

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Great captures on all but the 72 and 24 shots are the ones I really like the most.

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Thanks Everyone. It's hard keeping up with those quick little karts. They're moving pretty good. I had a lot of garbage when I went through them.

Thanks again for the tips.

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