« on: October 19, 2014, 03:02:09 PM »
This guy shoots a bit of football with a 6d. He may be able to give you some tips:)
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with 16-35 f4 IS
Very nice Dylan, I especially like the first one, nice colors. That 16-35 is a great lens.
Wish I have another 1DX...
Thank you, that basically confirmed what I suspected, that racing resumes after (or precisely as) you pass the green flag. I have always thought it was a matter of physics and never understood the blazé attitude towards crash sites, if one car spun out and ended up there, why, when these guys are all doing almost exactly the same thing wouldn't another car follow almost the same trajectory, close enough to put them at great risk?
I should like to clarify I had no intention of wagging fingers, I was merely curious, and within the letter of the rule book the marshal was correct, rule book correct, not my call!
Cheers, Graham.Hi Graham,
I immediately after watching the video asked the same question, having never been a flag marshal or receiving any training on sectors made me ignorant to the situation.
I hope this link helps explain it for everyone! http://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/yes-a-green-flag-was-waving-but-know-the-whole-story/?v=2&s=1&r=8281
End of the day, there’s always wagging fingers when the proverbial hits the fan!!
Because until there is a specific number or rule that states you must be going at Xmph in a yellow flag zone, or lose X seconds, they will try to limit the loss of time.
Currently if one driver slows by a lot, he will fall back from the car in front and be a victim to those following. Which is why they all slow as little as possible. A code60 situation like at the nurburgring 24 hour race would eliminate that problem. This has been a long time coming, and sadly has taken an incident as dreadful as this for change to occur.
Not the first time more than 1 car has crashed in the same place in one race. Remember I think Brazil 03 when 4 or 5 cars each spun into the same barrier at turn 3 at Brazil?
Let's talk more F1. With the unofficial signing of Vettel, the Scuderia continues to disappoint me! WTF? Alonso has two years left on his contract, and is the best driver not named Hamilton. Vettel, on the other hand, has been outperformed by his far less experienced teammate all season.
I understand the move from Vettel's perspective. He's still only 27, he's already won four championships, the Renault engine package is $hit, Newey is taking a less active role in future car development, his younger teammate is making him look bad, and the allure of driving for Ferrari is undeniable.
From Ferrari's perspective, I do not see the appeal of dumping Alonso in favor of Vettel. All Vettel has on Alonso is youth at the expense of far less talent. The Ferrari chassis/engine package is absolute $hit. Kimi can barely make it into Q3 qualifying with the car, and he's by no means a slow driver!
The real winner in all this is McLaren. Fernando better hope McLaren gets its act together, or he could be the most talented driver to only win two championships in his career.
I agree. I had a 5DMk3 which was feeling lonely so I got a second 5DMk3 to keep it companyIcan't speak to D800 because I have never used one, but my take on the great 5dM3 is this . . . when you make something that takes that IQ and feels so good in your hand . . . why would you want to change it.
+1. I won't.
A guy I work with has a passion for sneakers and late last year he bought his first dslr because he was unhappy with the results from the phone camera. He posted the shots on instagram and a couple of dedicated sneaker sites. One of the major brands has seen his shots and are now sending him new sneakers to shoot. It may not pay the bills but he's getting some good recognition and feeding his passion with free sneakers
That's awesome for him. How are his shots? Studio, in location, hdr, or does he play with Photoshop?