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  • nissannx
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    Originally posted by JoeT View Post
    What were we all looking at, when we were gathered up as a group?
    I'm wondering if it was a flying car?
    Or maybe it was the fact that it was a beautiful sunny day!

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  • thgear
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    Originally posted by JoeT View Post
    What were we all looking at, when we were gathered up as a group?

    http://fork.zenfolio.com/p294619291?photo=178506583
    thats when the cannopy at the starter grid got airborne

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  • JoeT
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    What were we all looking at, when we were gathered up as a group?

    http://fork.zenfolio.com/p294619291?photo=178506583

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  • wrxr176
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    Wow the one pic makes me look really tall. LOL Great pics Serge

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  • thgear
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    a 24 on a typical slr will have the field of view of a 36mm if you think from a film camera perspective (typical crop factor of 1.5-6)

    my lens is a Sigma 10-20mm zoom,

    most of those shots are at 10mm (film) i'm getting about 150-160 degrees field of view.

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  • George
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    Originally posted by thgear View Post
    the trick with the wide angle is to get down on your knee so that you can line up with the horizon

    most people take downward shots, and when you're using something as big as wide as a 10mm lens, things end up looking weird.
    Yeah, they are very graphic lenses.

    What focal length is your wide angle.

    I still have a 24 for my 35mm film cameras which are now worthless - I guess a 24 would be equivalent to a 15 on most digital SLRs.

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  • Tashko
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    Cool, there was an EVO X out! What class does that fall into?

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  • thgear
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    Originally posted by George View Post
    Nice pics.

    Wide angle works well and is slightly unusual for track day shots.
    the trick with the wide angle is to get down on your knee so that you can line up with the horizon

    most people take downward shots, and when you're using something as big as wide as a 10mm lens, things end up looking weird.

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  • George
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    Nice pics.

    Wide angle works well and is slightly unusual for track day shots.

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  • thgear
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    soloschool pictures

    i only stayed for saturday, doing some behind the scenes stuff.

    anyway here is some stuff i got a chance to shoot while there.

    http://fork.zenfolio.com/p294619291



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