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Old 09-10-2010, 04:35 PM   #21
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Old 09-10-2010, 05:35 PM   #22
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Pic 3 is sick!! Looks like no effort at all... But we all know other wise
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Old 09-10-2010, 06:07 PM   #23
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excellent pics forsho
the perspective is fuking awesome
keep up the goods
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Really great pics, Fuller. Wow.
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pretty awesome. im guessing you were in a car in front of him.
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I get the "I'm on the track in front of you" picture just like you think... on the track in front of you



i didn't quite step out on the track. but it was a tricky shot to get.
I'm looking at the track blur in the images. You were on the track, but I don't think you were standing on the track...

Outstanding photos! Please share EXIF info and what you used/did for post processing.
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This is possible with super high shutter speed correct? I shot with 1600 and 2000 and didnt quite get this effect.
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This is possible with super high shutter speed correct? I shot with 1600 and 2000 and didnt quite get this effect.
quite the opposite. Rolling shots are done usually with 1/30 to 1/100th range.
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3rd shot was ISO100, F16, 1/60, 105mm

4th shot was ISO 100, F13, 1/100, 65mm

the others were a range somewhere in there
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quite the opposite. Rolling shots are done usually with 1/30 to 1/100th range.
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3rd shot was ISO100, F16, 1/60, 105mm

4th shot was ISO 100, F13, 1/100, 65mm

the others were a range somewhere in there
WOW. I guess I read wrong. For some reason, I thought for action shots the shutter has to be fast...

I have not gone into reading about the f stops (correct term?) yet so I just use shutter speed priority. As long as I can use ISO100, I use it.

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WOW. I guess I read wrong. For some reason, I thought for action shots the shutter has to be fast...

I have not gone into reading about the f stops (correct term?) yet so I just use shutter speed priority. As long as I can use ISO100, I use it.

Thanks for the tips!
check out FontanaKnowledge on youtube. His tutorials make things very easy to understand.
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dang brett those are awesome pictures !!!!! im impressed!! thats the quality of pictures i like to see
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To get that blur its a slower shutter speed since the subject in motion is constant if youre moving with him the only thing moving is the ground so it gets that blur. Only way to get these without photoshop was if the photographer was following in a car in front. Is that the case photographer? Awesome shots and amazing riding skills.
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To get that blur its a slower shutter speed since the subject in motion is constant if youre moving with him the only thing moving is the ground so it gets that blur. Only way to get these without photoshop was if the photographer was following in a car in front. Is that the case photographer? Awesome shots and amazing riding skills.
i can neither confirm nor deny this at this location... it's classified. if i wanted to attempt to get this look on a public street, then yes, have the bike follow a car.
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To get that blur its a slower shutter speed since the subject in motion is constant if youre moving with him the only thing moving is the ground so it gets that blur. Only way to get these without photoshop was if the photographer was following in a car in front. Is that the case photographer? Awesome shots and amazing riding skills.

Incorrect. You can achieve the same type of results with panning and AI servo focusing without every moving an inch.
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Just panning gives you only horizontal motion blur. In these pics, the direction of the blur is varied because the picture is taken while turning. Other have motion blur leading into the picture, not across it.
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