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  1. #1
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    Tassie Drift Comp









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    Those cars must be difficult to control with the steering wheel on the wrong side

    Always enjoy your racing shots. I like the second shot, lot of panning movement, smoke and the drivers eyes, nice. Third "Drift Junkie" also very cool.

    The last one is from an unusual angle from the ones I have seen you do before. Sliding uphill, it looks a little too angled to me. Of course I have not shot a drifting competition, so my opinion is not worth much.
    Looks like a lot fun being there.
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    Great work as always! I like the third one the most. I like seeing the driver. The last one is great too, I think the tilt works nicely.
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    Oh hell ya. . . #1 has something that none of the others have - nicely done, its a unique capture (study the smoke for a minute). But that last one ( little pan) thats a sweet capture right there. The up-hill tilt works for me here - It works with the smoke running in the opposite direction (maybe?) IDK but that angle works just fine for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aparmley View Post
    Oh hell ya. . . #1 has something that none of the others have - nicely done, its a unique capture (study the smoke for a minute). But that last one ( little pan) thats a sweet capture right there. The up-hill tilt works for me here - It works with the smoke running in the opposite direction (maybe?) IDK but that angle works just fine for me.

    Nice Tassie!
    I think I have to agree with you here. But all of them are great shots.

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    Thanks for the feedback guys, I thought I would share a couple more.







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    sweet pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zmikers View Post
    sweet pics!
    the last one in the first set is my favorite. awesome pan work there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adam75south View Post
    the last one in the first set is my favorite. awesome pan work there.
    That is a pretty good one, but I also really like the close up shots where you can see the drivers. The pan work is really good eh?

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