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Originally posted by vigesHey, Murph - next year it'll be Our DC, Our Jense, Our Anthony and Our Lewis -- aahhhhhhh, marvellous.
Do you have your own Web site? I mean, this stuff is so amazing I'd fork out the money for server and domain name, but you don't need my money I guess ;)
Originally posted by MinardiP1Murph, i'm sure all of us would LOVE some advice on what type of camera to buy to get such good shots.... is a digital SLR with say 8+ megapixel resolution enough? Are the $2000 SLR Canon jobbies any good?What lenses?? How the hell do you take shots and manage to blur the background yet the car is still sharp? How do you get the car in the centre of the shot with it moving so fast???I've got plenty of shots of the car leaving the shot, or not quite there.... how the hell do you get it right?
Originally posted by GerMurph the third shot down in the last pics. The great one - do you remember if he recovered the slide? Oh the manager is grateful for AS!
Originally posted by manlio27Simply, I cannot manage to conceive how can one support a car, irrespective of the pilots that drive it: FOrmula 1 is not a team sport like football, soccer, basketball (and even then, you may not like at all the players playing for your team....), Formula 1, at the heart of it, despite all the organization behind it, is an individual sport, it is a driver against another driver, like tennis, or like fencing. That's why I've always been ready to follow my favourite drivers whatever team they drove for, I've even been ready to support Flav's Benetton when Alesi and Berger joined it.Really I didn't mean to offend you