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AMA Superbike weekend at Mid Ohio. Will have a few others, this was the only one I processed.

 

Anyone who does this has a death wish. The physics behind leaning a bike on its side at 60mph+ are just insane. And you have to be a bit mental to do this as well.

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^ I don't know, out on a track is okay by me. The jacka$$es who think they can simulate this stuff in everyday traffic....that's another story.

 

Heck of a shot though! What were your settings?

 

Even on the track its almost suicidal. But the ones who decide they can do this on the E-Way...I want to do a quick jab turn and see how stable their bike is when they try to turn quickly at 70...then watch them endo the bike.

 

 

I believe I was shooting most of my shots at 1/125th. I had a few at 1/80th of a second but for whatever reason its harder to get a bike at 1/80th than a car. Must be smaller vibrations and movement in their body they caused most of my slower shots to be a lot worse than they would be with cars.

 

But ISO was 100-200 all day, tried to shoot at around 125 to minimize any ghosting while panning and still retain that "motion" shot.

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The orange bike is more photogenic. I wasted something like 40 shots trying to get the perfect one of him. I got a few that turned out but the angle on this RedBull rider is perfect. Im feeling good about the rest of the images now.

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So, kinda fun. This photo below which I posted on the last page, I posted to Canon's Facebook page just to show it off, I thought it was a pretty stellar shot myself.

 

Well, Canon on Friday posted it on their main wall for all to see as the "Fan Photo of the Week". I was at the Mid Ohio American LeMans race Fri-Sun and I was super stoked the whole weekend because of it.

 

 

Just a little bit of bragging. Its really cool when you get noticed on a decently sized stage.

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Congrats Real! Always awesome to get recognition for something you are passionate about and enjoy doing!

 

 

I had a similar thing happen recently as well, although a little different. I got approached by a company that wanted me to photograph their facility, product and people for a 75th anniversary writeup in a magazine two weeks ago. My images will include the front cover along with many of the articles images. I have done some industrial stuff before, but never for a paid client like this. Was pretty exciting!

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Congrats Real! Always awesome to get recognition for something you are passionate about and enjoy doing!

 

 

I had a similar thing happen recently as well, although a little different. I got approached by a company that wanted me to photograph their facility, product and people for a 75th anniversary writeup in a magazine two weeks ago. My images will include the front cover along with many of the articles images. I have done some industrial stuff before, but never for a paid client like this. Was pretty exciting!

 

 

HUGE +1

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Nice, great panning shots! ^

 

 

I just got my loaner 8-15L from CPS today... Going to be taking it down to Orlando this weekend. Plan to do most of my shooting with it for a different perspective. Should be quite fun/challenging to use. Leaving the telephoto at home, taking only my wide stuff... My samyang 14mm, 8-15L fish, 24-105L and my 40mm pancake...

 

Crazy how much wider a 14-15mm fisheye is versus a 14mm rectilinear lens... I thought 14mm was insanely wide on full-frame until I mounted this little guy. I probably will not use the 8-13mm range too much, unless the shot really can utilize the "look" of it. But 14-15mm should be a blast to use.

 

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A few shots from the Cleveland Aquarium! More can be seen by clicking on any image and going to the set!

 

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Another batch of more recent shots in the past 2-3 weeks or so!

 

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