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By mic5cott
I think it could be better with a slower shutter speed to get the background blurred.

Tags: Sports and action

Voters: ziddertz, goll116, StevenPrice and 7 more

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ziddertz 17 61
11 Jan 2006 10:53PM
Nice colours

sunshot 17 24 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2006 12:20AM
great capture well done
StevenPrice 17 30 2 England
12 Jan 2006 4:59AM
super colours Mike, Cadwell my fav track cant wait for the season to start again.

MoWiz 17 114 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2006 10:00AM
Nice work
mic5cott 16 1
12 Jan 2006 11:29AM
Thanx for your comments guys. I can't wait too Steve. I've gotta do a trackday at Cadwell this year, mike.
MoWiz 17 114 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2006 11:36AM
Hi Mike, if you fancy giving some landscapes a go, and you want to get the colours in there, try shooting really early or really late(just after dawn or before sunset). The light is naturally warm, and use a polariser to enhance it further.
thanks for the comments, appreciated as always
mic5cott 16 1
12 Jan 2006 12:29PM
Thanks Mo, I will try your suggestions.
Mavis 20 143 2 England
12 Jan 2006 12:51PM
This is a great sharp image but it needs panning to give that feeling of movement .

I wonder as you use Paintshop would you do something for my brother " Rock " on this site . He has just upgraded to E2 and wants to know about resizing . He uses paintshop and I use Adobe Photo shop so can't help him to get 800x600 and left at 200k or just a bit less ?
mic5cott 16 1
12 Jan 2006 9:55PM
No probs, press 'shift + s' or click on 'image' fourth from the left on top toolbar, then 'resize' you alter by size or pixels. If he needs to know anything the quickest way of finding out is by using the 'help' and 'index'. mike

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