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Bike Fan by DaveAyerstDavies Bike Fan by DaveAyerstDavies
Moto 24h Le Mans
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fcarmo-photography Jun 19, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
You've been Featured on "Best of MotorSport Photography!" [link]
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oibyrd Mar 28, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
just a quick note to let you know this dev of yours is featured in my recent journal entry --> [link]

:heart: Sandi :heart:
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:icondaveayerstdavies:
I'll be heading back to Le Mans this week to shoot bikes again, so I'll be uploading some new shots soon. :-)
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:iconwebfoe:
Wow..nicely captured at just the right moment....perfect... focus and depth of field are excellent. :thumbsup::thumbsup: You really have a nack for these type of sports shots :#1:
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oibyrd Mar 25, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is fabulous hon :clap: apparently there's nothing you can't capture on that camera of yours. Would make an excellent advertisement for the sport itself - or the bikes ;)
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:icondaveayerstdavies:
I normally shoot cars, but I do get the chance to do bikes now and then. Bikes are fun to photograph but so much smaller than a car you need a really huge lens to get them full frame!
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:icondaveayerstdavies:
This shot is at the Dunlop chicane at Le Mans. The bikes take a hard left then a hard right. As they transition between the two they lean one way then the other. If you are lucky enough to catch 3 or 4 bikes who are inches apart you can get the leading machine setting up for the right hander while the trailing one is still on the exit of the left. The overall effect is of a 'fan' of bikes if you can catch it.
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:iconkarohemd:
What a fantastic moment to catch. Great stuff.
How far away were you for that?
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:icondaveayerstdavies:
It was shot with a 500mm lens from about 60m away.
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