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"Right Turn Clyde"

By blackett  
Decided to go out and have a go at something different for a change. Ephotozine member 'Shed' aka Andy and I packed up our cameras and headed to a local car park to try our camera mounts out. Turns out it's not as easy as it looks. After quite a few attempts at it we started to get some acceptable images. This is the best one from the first session, the last shot taken on the way home pulling in to my road! Andy's got the photos from the second session in the multi storey car park, so hopefully he'll upload a decent one later, can't wait! 1/15th sec at F20 to blur the background. IanSmile

Tags: Transport Sports and action

Voters: robadsy, spaceman, GeorgeRusky and 4 more

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rusmi 14 37 1 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2007 7:34PM
simple and original shot, I like it, click

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shed 14 586 England
9 Mar 2007 7:17PM
Great shot mate, mine to follow later.
GeorgeRusky 12 1 4
20 Mar 2007 5:35AM
Interesting picture.
I like the way how you composed and colored the photo.
Thank you for your comments.
robadsy 13 348
25 Mar 2007 1:07AM
hey there ian!

this sort of stuff interests me too, although when i did it i didn't use mounts, i was just hanging out the window of the car (a friend was driving!)...

there are heaps of different compositions to apply to this technique, so maybe i could suggest to take some without the car in the frame at all?

just uninterrupted motion, it can make for an impressive abstract result. try night time too, the slower shutter speed lends itself to more exaggerated movement.

just had a quick glance the rest of your stuff matey, love your work!!!

cheers, ads :o)
blackett 14 18
28 Mar 2007 6:09PM
Hi Ads, good to hear from you. Have a look at my mates portfolio: shed. He has another couple of the shots we did together. I am off to the World Superbikes this weekend. IanSmile

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