At what events / occasions did you shoot the most images?

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tony field Forum Pro • Posts: 10,295
Re: At what events / occasions did you shoot the most images?
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Mark_A wrote:

tony field wrote:

The only time I shoot a large number of photographs per hour is for figure skating where I have to use motor drive for the jumps. For a day's shooting this might usually results in more than 1,500 shots. For other events such as show jumping, speed skating, motorcycle races Etc, I shoot single frame only this usually results in fewer than 500 shots per day.

Hi Tony,

I can imagine jumps could be hard to capture without burst.

Indeed skater doing a triple spin in the air definitely needs motor drive to capture an optimal shot.

I just started using burst for motorbikes, but my D800 has quite a slow burst rate, I could pretty much see it acquiring focus between shots. Worked a treat though.

Each sport has its own physical rhythm. once you begin to become familiar with shooting the sport you will probably find that you will rely less and less on motor drive to capture the shot. Motor bikes have their own delightful rhythm and it is nice when you can follow the rhythm for composition. This is a shot from my first attempt at motorbikes with a film DSLR in ancient days. I found it straightforward to figure this out. The apparent grain is largely caused by the flying dirt cloud of the bikes. In more recent times i find shooting motorcycle racing is much cleaner and easier to shoot

In 1970

Mark_A

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