Vittorio Brambilla Bis
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|Historic F1 - Saturday morning Practice 2.1|
Well Same spot , during the whole week-end. So I tried to be more selective in my subjects. So I timed shots to capture team mates together.
Here a sunny pair of March. First the 1976 March 761-08 orginally driven by Vittorio Brambilla driven here by James King of Belleville, ILL.
He is followed by the 1975 March 751-3 also driven originally by Vitorio Brambilla. Here it is driven by Robert Blain of Janesville, WI
The sky was overcast , so I had to opt for a higher ISO.
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- [2010-07-10 0:54]
Ha!! I guessed this was your photo Robert.
Good action shot showing the 2 cars so clearly.
Nice and sharp, and the colours certainly show up well too
You were positioned well too to get these corner shots
Amazing shots of these F1 cars. Lovely composition and wonderful exposure control with good sharpness. Well done and TFS!
A very well balanced composition for this beautiful car race presentation,the accuracy in exposure while good focus on the FG car and giving a little shallow depth in second car seems beautiful and beautifully motion blur can also be seen in second one;s tires,nice captured with professional standards,well done my friend.
Lovely series of shots, I have genuinely enjoyed looking through them and this one stands out a bit for me. The framing and patience of getting the two teammates together was well thought out and well executed. And although I'm not generally a fan of photoshop framing, I think this one works well.
I like the lead car just on the white line and great you managed to catch some of his face. Lovely posting.
- [2010-07-16 12:21]
Nice try to be selective in ur subjects. good timing and very well captured. 1st car is nicely focused.
- [2010-07-19 15:12]
Bien vu et bien fait Robert! Joliment capturé avec une excellente technique. Quel beau moment, bravo!