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I want to share with you some of my pictures, sorry for my english ^^.
ps : sorry for the watermark, but lots of my pictures were stolen :!
lets go !
1- World endurance 6 hours of albacete
2- James Toseland, WSBK ASSEN
3- World endurance , 24 hours of mans, departure
4- World endurance, 24h of mans evening
5- World endurance, sunlight morning
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/24 ... C_0015.jpg
6- French Superbike
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/sb ... C_0015.jpg
7- French superbike
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/sb ... _00004.jpg
8- French superbike
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/sb ... C_0002.jpg
9- Troy Bailiss, Wsbk Assen
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/sb ... DSC_19.jpg
10- Toseland, after the superpole, Assen
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/sb ... C_0029.jpg
11- Wsbk assen
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/sb ... _0023a.jpg
12- Haga, Wsbk Assen
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/sb ... C_0052.jpg
13- Waiting for the 6 hours of albacete
http://alex2k5.free.fr/forum/er/2007/al ... C_0002.jpg
Awesome stuff as usual from you Alex, every image is stunning! Unfortunately a '4 images per thread' rule has been implemented since you last visited, so someone will probably change a few to links. Great to have you back, and looking forward to seeing more of your stuff!
These are great. I really like shooting bikes but rarely get the chance. Lovely shots all round.
2x D700, 2x D2h, lenses, speedlights, studio, pelican cases, tripods, monopods, patridges, pear trees etc etc
WOW, as has been said some awesome photos in there I really like the first.. but I kept scrolling and continued to be impressed. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for yours comments !
The body are Nikon D2x and D2hs, the lenses are Nikon AFS 300 F/2.8 II and Nikon AFS II 600 F4.
Here is Nikon 300 + TC17.
And the fullsize here : http://alex2k5.free.fr/2006/DSC_0069.jpg
Really, the TC17 and TC14 are very good with the 300mm.
Well that's quite impressive.... that shot of Bailiss is very well lit, considering the angle of the sun, I was thinking you may have used a Quantum or something.
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Incredible photos. I am blown away. What is the wide lens you use?
Nikon D80, MB-D80, Nikon 50mm f/1.8, Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8, SB-800, Sigma 18-200 f/3.5-6.3
Various bits of borrowed/stolen glass/speedlights etc. - zero style or taste.
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