A&P AFM races at Infineon

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  1. MAD PUNK inDC

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    slower shutter speed for more panning!
     
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    I was thinking about that. Light was real bright that day, hard to control over exposure. However I still need to learn this camera. Thing is awesome though, just blasts pics out.
     
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    panning shouldn't make a difference if it's sunny or cloudy. If you shoot in shutter priority mode, you can adjust your ISO to get the desired aperture.
     
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    well bring the brain brotha. I was shooting manual, but I'll try shutter priority next time. That was my first time shooting racing, so any tips are welcome. :cool:

    equipment was a 40d, most were shot using Canon 100-400 f/4.5 L, but some of the openers were shot with a Tamron 17-50 f/2.8.

    other than the fast speed, how do you think they came out? It was a little hard to find good places out there, track officials were keeping photographers far back.
     
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    most of the shots are too loose; need tighter crops to eliminate all the excess space around the riders.
     

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