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Castle Combe (14th Oct) - 11 images

nat1 Oct 15, 2006

  1. nat1

    nat1 New Member

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    We attended Castle Combe yesterday! Some images from the day shown below.
    Apologies if the images are on the dark side, the weather was not very kind for photographs!

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  2. raymie

    raymie 6 pot AP

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    WOW looked like a crackin day m8 excellent car shots :thumbsup:
     
  3. rickparmar

    rickparmar va va voom

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    wow excellent pics, hoprfully am there next year
     
  4. marmite

    marmite Counting the Tesco Club points

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    looks like a great wish I was there
     
  5. G4JSG

    G4JSG Gotcha!!! VCDS Map User

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    It was a fab day and you got me in the pics too, car with 9 in the window.

    Are you the chap who was hanging out of the van going around the track taking pics too? With the D400?

    John
     
  6. nat1

    nat1 New Member

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    Unfortunately not, we were watching on the raised bank, located close to the entrance to the track from the pit-lane.
     
  7. FactionOne

    FactionOne Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Excellent shots!

    I wonder if you'd mind letting us know what lens you use? I'm guessing it's f/2.8 or something like that (maybe even lower prime/L?) because it looks like you had pretty decent aperture and shutter given the woeful light...

    Again, great work!

    Regards,

    Rob.
     
  8. nat1

    nat1 New Member

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    Sorry for the delay in responding.
    All images were shot on a Canon D60 with EF75-300mm USM lens, using a mixture of ISO100, 200 and 400.
    From what I remember, I varied the shutter speeds throughout ranging from 1/125 to 1/750 to get decent aperture.

    I'd like some 'L glass' for sure in the future though :)

    All the best,
    Mark
     

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