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Old Jul 17, 2006, 2:00 PM   #1
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hello boilly nice photos i like the way you captured these as the cars are totally in focus themselves but the wheels arenot giving the cars that speed feeling!
Can i ask what p850 settings you used for this, many thanks :O
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The key for these kind of shots is to use slow shutter speeds (between 1/75th and 1/250th)!!

In the first picture I was at 1/250 th and F3.2

In the second one I was at 1/200 th and F4.5

The easiest way is to set the camera at the Aperture mode andmove the aperture until you get the right shutter speed:-)


It takesa lot of practice to get these shots because its not easy to follow the car with the camera:|


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