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Suggestions for shooting car shows. Part: Deux

How to take good photos at a car show Disclaimer: These are merely suggestions. Take them for what they are worth to you, one thing will not always work in every situation, it’s up to you to figure out what … Continue reading

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How to shoot automobiles: Part Une

Let’s face it, we love cars. Well, I sure as hell do, so I assume that the entire world is like me and loves all things with cylinders. Car and automobile photography can be a bit of a black art. … Continue reading

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How sharp is… sharp?!

Recently someone on a message board doesn’t seem to quite get the concept of having a sharp photo. But, how do you know you have a sharp photo? Viewing the image compressed down while resizing it down won’t always reveal … Continue reading

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Cover shot!

Hey folks, for those of you keeping score I just got my first cover image! Never thought I’d be able to shoot for a magazine and get paid for it, let alone get the cover… ON MY FIRST TRY! Totally … Continue reading

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D3 and buffer speeds:

I shoot sports every once in a while and frame rate is important. Just received a new Sandisk card and had to compare it to a junky Transcend version. I just did a quick test and here’s my results. D3 … Continue reading

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Suggestions for shooting car events

…car people are CHEAP!! Especially the Mustang and Camaro guys… they just are (I should know, I own a Camaro)… Continue reading

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