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24 Jun 2009 12:12AM
Stunning action capture, great detail and colours, great sense of speed.
Jeff

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24 Jun 2009 12:14AM
Great shot.
KathyW 12 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
24 Jun 2009 12:21AM
Cracking shot, I like the heat haze behind the car. Got a bit of a soft spot for Massa too Smile
24 Jun 2009 7:40AM
This is a stunner, I take it you were behind the fencing? and was taken through the fencing? Was this taken with a 2x Converter?

Scott
Wilmot 8 338 1 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2009 7:46AM
Superb capture,Just so good,how did you get the whole front end in focus.....
Steve
24 Jun 2009 8:45AM
A fantastic shot.
Dave
ToothPilot 9 50 4 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2009 3:19PM
What a great shot.
Hendrik.

ps I did Massa last year in my PF. Have a look.
vfast 11 5 Wales
24 Jun 2009 7:24PM

Quote:This is a stunner, I take it you were behind the fencing? and was taken through the fencing? Was this taken with a 2x Converter?

Scott



Scott yes this was taken through the fencing at Abbey using a 1.4 converter so together with my 300mm lens it blurs the fencing out.
vfast 11 5 Wales
24 Jun 2009 7:25PM

Quote:Superb capture,Just so good,how did you get the whole front end in focus.....
Steve



Steve i pre-select the point where i want the car to come into focus then as it approaches that point i let off a load of shots and hopefully one of them hits the target!
24 Jun 2009 8:43PM

Quote:Quote:This is a stunner, I take it you were behind the fencing? and was taken through the fencing? Was this taken with a 2x Converter?

ScottScott yes this was taken through the fencing at Abbey using a 1.4 converter so together with my 300mm lens it blurs the fencing out.



Ok thanks, I am soon getting either the Sigma 120-400 f4.5-5.6 APO DG HSM, or the Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 APO EX DG Macro MkII, with a 2x converter, but im not sure, which will give me the best image quality, it seems like the Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 APO EX DG Macro MkII, with a 2x converter, but I really like the 120-400mm aswell, so I will get one of them soon.
4 Jul 2009 9:01PM
Viewed LARGE that it absolute BRILLIANT, it has to be one of the best EVER, Im so so pleased for you well done.

G R E A T !!!

Nicholas Frayne
vfast 11 5 Wales
4 Jul 2009 10:27PM

Quote:Viewed LARGE that it absolute BRILLIANT, it has to be one of the best EVER, Im so so pleased for you well done.

G R E A T !!!

Nicholas Frayne



Thank u vmuch!

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