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Flying Aussie

By cuffit
A pic of Josh Brookes taken at Deer Leap, Oulton Park, on Saturday, first day of practice. Didn't have a particularly successful morning being my first time at the track, didn't get to the right places at the right time. This was taken at about 2 o'clock and the light was not that good but the shot has been lightened a touch but not far short of straight out of the camera. I could have cropped it but wanted to keep the impression of flying out of the frame, hope it works. It is also sharper than it appears in the pic. I am quite pleased with it!

Tags: General Racing Motorsport Bikes Oulton park Bsb Sports and action

Voters: User_Removed, OliPackwood, VIKI and 10 more

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User_Removed 12 10 United Kingdom
3 May 2010 5:34PM
top shooting


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3 May 2010 6:13PM
WEll caught.

3 May 2010 6:49PM
Nice one
goll116 12 United Kingdom
3 May 2010 8:01PM
A great shot from a very difficult spot
Jestertheclown 9 7.7k 252 England
3 May 2010 8:13PM
To have captured bike and rider in focus must have required some pretty accurate panning and timing, so top marks there.

Personally, I'd crop a bit from the bottom and a similar amount from the right hand side which would put the bike on a third (in both directions) and also give it some space to "ride into".
Just my opinion, hope it helps.

hyd 8 England
3 May 2010 8:47PM
top shot chris, well caught,
HES comming right at ya nice one

cuffit Plus
11 318 5 England
3 May 2010 10:19PM
Thank you all for the votes and comments, glad it caught your eye. Jester, I think you are right and I have a few more shots so will put the bike on the thirds position and see how it goes. Chris
rickie 13 98 1 United Kingdom
12 May 2010 6:26PM
Agree with above comments but a great shot never the less

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