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Renault Sport

By vaughar
Just a quickie fix. Been very busy at work and will be again tomorrow, so uploading this whilst I'm at home briefly.

Another from the BTTC weekender 15th Oct. From the Renault Sport race. Thats about that! Same details/technique as the rest of my panning shots! Nice bit of light though Smile

Tags: Panning Renault Silverstone Renault sport Sports and action

Voters: sut68, Wooly, vfast and 8 more


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sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
26 Oct 2006 9:18PM
Again Rob, as with your other panned shots - just the right shutter speed for me. Fabulous car detail and the perfect amount of movement in those wheels.

Still unsure about the angles but thats just me, not a car 'togger, probably the done thing!!

Paul

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vaughar 12 242 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2006 9:25PM
Difficult call really Paul, most shots of the cars will look a bit dull with the car dead centre and panned straight. Only really works when there are a couple of cars in the shot and they're racing (like this or this ). If you're really close in - as per my formula bmw shot from a few days back then moving to the diagonal helps the car fill the frame. By their nature they're long and thin, which would otherwise leave a lot of space top to bottom.

The alternative is very close in shots (which I've got a few of) where the car is cropped around the edges and just a portion of it fills the frame (like this or this ).

Not that I know anything about it, just take what I like. :o)
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
26 Oct 2006 9:45PM
Don't get me wrong, I'm not criticising your work in anything other than a naive way. I used to shoot rally stages many moons ago and I did suffer from the same problem of dead ground above and below the subject, but judicious cropping sorted that. Probably just personal preferences.

Having watched programmes like Fifth Gear and the awesome Top Gear, I realise that these angles are in vogue, but they seem to work better for me because the subject moves.

Christ I'm starting to sound like my dad now ... pass me my warm cardigan and stick another Val Doonican record on the gramophone!!!

Take it easy,
Paul
vaughar 12 242 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2006 9:48PM
Was just providing some commentary on an otherwise quiet set of comments Grin Realised you'd asked about angle the other day and I hadn't replied.
Wooly 10 112 4 England
27 Oct 2006 5:55AM
Very nicely done Rob.

Alan
MDaniel 9 3 3 Ghana
27 Oct 2006 1:57PM
Good crisp shot
Tandberg 13 1.2k 2 England
28 Oct 2006 8:55AM
Classic capture

Done well here rob.respect to you
dave
29 Nov 2008 2:49PM
great panning and the angle...
scott

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