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By Christopher_Malpas
Here we have more pictures taken from Sunday's sand racing at Mablethorpe.

As you can see the snow is coming down the wind was blowing and it was bitter cold but these crazy people kept coming at high speed for both their enjoyment and the entertainment of all oh spectators.

This spectacular happens every other weekend on a Sunday morning Mablethorpe Beach and if you're ever in the area is well worth visiting.

Once again I ask, if any of you can give me any tips and advice when it comes to taking action pictures at high speed it will be very much appreciated.

Tags: Sports and action

Voters: CarolG, cats_123, VIKI and 21 more


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CarolG Plus
9 193 18 Greece
5 Jan 2010 11:10AM
A great set of motion captures. Carol

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cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
5 Jan 2010 11:10AM
must be mad! Smile
picturistic 6 7 7 Wales
5 Jan 2010 12:34PM
lovely set of shots

Adrian
agingrocker 7 10 1
5 Jan 2010 1:51PM
Super set of shots. I'm not sure how you've taken these in terms of settings but high shutter speeds (possibly requiring a high ISO), an auto focus setting of A1Servo (at least that's the setting on my Canons) and a continous shooting mode all help to get the action. If you know where action is going to happen you could prefocus and wait.

Antony
Rock Plus
13 10 2 England
5 Jan 2010 2:34PM
Exciting work.

Rock
gingerdelight 9 298 11 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2010 3:33PM
Great shots once again.
Carol
5 Jan 2010 4:01PM
Sorry havent a clue about these kind of shots
But I like yours
5 Jan 2010 4:01PM
V1 for me.

slow the shutter speed down when you first start to 1/350th/1/250th and then get slower and slower at each meeting.

your photos at a higher shutter speed will be sharper, but then keep practicing each event and gradually get slower and they will get sharper, with correct panning.

As soon as you can see the object in the frame start following it with your eye, and when it goes past you, you should pan at near enough the same speed as the object is going.

thats a quick bit of info.
Scott
Scott & Antony thanks for the advice
astyag 8 12
5 Jan 2010 5:07PM
This is good, I liked it, nice set of images
Astyag
Roly 8 Wales
5 Jan 2010 7:22PM
Good set,V3 for me.
Lillian Plus
6 21 17 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2010 9:17PM
good set here and I like V4 shows the speed, and rain
well captured
Thushari 6 1 Sri Lanka
6 Jan 2010 2:23AM
Great set of images.

Quote:Good set here and I like V4 shows the speed, and rain
well captured



Lillian

thank you for the comment,however, that rain is in fact snow.
20 Jan 2010 8:07PM
great set of action shots
gix

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