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Chris Haird

By brian_nif2  
This was a shot taken at the National Hot Rod World final at Ipswich in July. I've spent about an hour playing with it in photoshop and trying things that are new to me.

Thanks for looking

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Tags: Ipswich Speed Motorsport National Digitally manipulated Motor racing Car racing Hot rod World champion Chris haird

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Works really well. nice one.
Tim.

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colin beeley Plus
13 1.1k 10 England
2 Sep 2010 7:58PM
looks ok to me Wink
2 Sep 2010 8:02PM
Geat image and well worked in photoshop.
clever stuff
2 Sep 2010 8:58PM
Really like the image not sure about the boarder ?

Ricky
Robin_TB 6 204 9 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2010 11:17AM
Really like the image and what you've done with it, you've definately captured the essence of the speed and acceleration. My only negative would be that it looks a bit strange without a driver visible. Not sure if this is because he is sat really far back in the car or whether it's been lost with the PS work?

Rob
brian_nif2 8 12 1 Northern Ireland
3 Sep 2010 12:33PM

Quote:Really like the image and what you've done with it, you've definately captured the essence of the speed and acceleration. My only negative would be that it looks a bit strange without a driver visible. Not sure if this is because he is sat really far back in the car or whether it's been lost with the PS work?

Rob


Thanks for the feedback, the driver sits well back in the car, the front of the helmet would be inline with the first 1 in the number, even looking at the original you don't see a lot of the driver. I hadn't really noticed that, but now you mention it, it make it look like a big car with no one in it, it's something I'll keep an eye out for when picking more shots for material.
Thanks again for the feedback

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