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    D'oh apart from its a Triumph lol.
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    Nice panning shot Rob.

    Funny I just PP'd a shot from a funfair and used black bars

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    Yup. it's a norton all right.
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    Photography is an immediate action; drawing a meditation For me photography is to place head heart and eye along the same line of sight. It is a way of life. - Henri Cartier-Bresson

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    I love the British classics and this is one of them, but It's not a Notron, its a Triumph!

    Love the photo, great panning and enough movement to give a sense of speed. Great processing too, very in keeping of the era.
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    Rob
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    Great shot! I admire the technique. I really need some practice for this high sped panning, cause I mostly miss something.
    I also like the wide frame on the shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZRob View Post
    Probably right looking at this...
    I know I know, kne I'd got it wrong the second I posted the thread but you cant change thread titles on here!

    As for technique, was precious little of that I'm afraid, grab camera, try and fix all the settings a friend in work had buggered with , point towards bike & pan, figure out you've got -2ev exp comp on and ISO 100 + 1/30th was hitting f22 and the result was an underexposed, but recoverable image...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjd View Post
    I know I know, kne I'd got it wrong the second I posted the thread but you cant change thread titles on here!
    Lame excuse mate

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    OK gimme mod powers, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjd View Post
    OK gimme mod powers, thanks!
    OK

    Would it help your spelling?

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    Not since I uninstalled google toolbar....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjd View Post
    not since i uninstalled google toolbar....
    lol :d

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