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Well i know most everyone on here is into Birding but i would like to share some racing pic's.. No Nascar im not into that but open wheel is where its at. If this isnt the place for this then i will delete the topic..All were shot this summer with my 80-400mm Tokina AT-X 4.5 Please critique.. smile

Zeke

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Those are some nice sharp images. I like the team name in the second image, the first sprint car is my favorite though. I might have tried a little slower shutter speed to show some more motion blur. Other than that this are good images.

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This is a photo sharing forum. Any and all types of photos are welcome, as long as they are in good taste. wink

No critique from me, cause I'm a birder or any type of critter. wink

They look good to me.

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As Yak said with airplanes and cars a slower shutter speed is preferable to show motion blur on the wheels. They just look strange with the wheels frozen. Usually 1/250s to 1/320s depending on how fast those wheels are turning will give you nice spoke blur.

This is one of those rare times where you can shoot in Tv mode, set the shutter speed you want and fire away. I'm a sports shooting guy so I personally love seeing these types of shots here. Keep on sharing!

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Thank's everyone wasn't sure if this was the place to put these or not.. Guess ill keep posting.. Once again thank you and all of you keep up the great pic's..

Zeke

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Keep posting! These are very nice. It's nice to see something other than the usual wildlife sometimes.

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Zeke, let me also chime in and echo others' thoughts that, while many here are really into nature/wildlife/birds, all types of photos that fall within forum policy are encouraged and welcome.

Thanks for sharing these with us! smile

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