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Old 03-04-2008, 11:45 AM   #1
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alright guys and girls.

im off to see my dad at weekend, and therefore going to angelssey race circuit on the sunday to go watch some racing. formula ford, brscc race. now taking the cam with me, but after some tips on taking action / motorsport pictures. to used to taking stills of cars, but would like to get into motorsport photography,

am i right in thinking when im taking the picturee i want to follow the car.
the are action shots on my cam, that take about 6 at once, but that will be good for them coming at me but for side on they will make the car look still wont they? so is it a case of normal shutter speed, and setting the exposure slightly longer and following the car? to get the background looking like it moving

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