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    Posted: 02 Nov 2014 at 7:32pm
I had a go at editing a jpeg photo that I took earlier on in the year, I couldn't do a great deal with it but still able to make a change to the overall image.
I took this with my canon 5D mark III with a canon 2x extender III attached to the 70-200 2.8 IS II USM lens. The camera settings where ISO 160, f/9, 285mm at 1/320 I like to make sure I can shoot low without putting myself in to much danger so I went as low as my monopod would allow me.

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I have a few more that I've also got round to editing tonight.

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G'day Simon,

The re-edits look better.

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Hi Craig,

Thanks, but while editing the photos I learn't that I shouldn't always shoot so tight on the rider, its better to have more of the surroundings or where they're going or come from

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Nice agrea look better ,,good work Simon



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Thank you Rene
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some good shots mate! I love the aprilia... my favourite bike!
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Very nice shots Simon.
If I tried those sorts of shots the riders/bikes would all be blurry!
You've obviously mastered it mate.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Simon 90 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2014 at 11:45am
Cheers guys

Its easy to do with practice you can nail shots 1 out of 2 shots pretty easily, these would have been around 400mm at 1/200th - 1/320th.

The best thing to do is practice practice as it takes time, I would have taken over 500,000 photo to get to this level and I'm still trying to get better
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will that help Simon lol your right practice is the way.
funy thing you will never stop learning, in Photgraphy.
always after to get it better that is always the fun part.


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