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      11-15-2012, 08:38 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by MaestroAl View Post
You ought to use a lower shutter speed and track&pan your shots. There's no movement in them so the car just looks parked

They're beautifully framed and exposed and the scenery is lovely, but try using a 1/60th shutter speed or around there when shooting moving cars
I'll be sure to tell my cousin that. Or i might just fire him lol thanks for the advice.
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