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British Superbikes Round 8 +

Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by Jewson, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. Hi All,

    Just a few snaps from a glorious weekend at the world famous Brands Hatch circut. .

    Any comments or suggestions greatfully received . .






    Troy Corser and the legend Giacomo Agostini



    One of our riders, Adam having a chat with team manager Gary just before the start of the race . . . Must of worked as he went on to win the ACU Cup . . . . :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:


    Last seen wandering around the paddock at 2300hrs on Sat night . .
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 11, 2009
  2. mrtac2man


    Jun 3, 2005
    Hey Jason.. great shots... very nice photo shop work on #7. congrats to Adam on the win
  3. TonyM1


    Jan 26, 2009
    Woodstock GA

    Love number two it looks like you caught someone about to have a bad day.

    The Agostini pictures are great, what a legend and him next to him too! Just not so much for the new kid ah!!

    All great pixs as per usual and it looks like more fun than work, well done buddy.


    Jun 4, 2008
    Jason, I love the colors in the first 5. They are excellent.
  5. shtarka1


    Feb 1, 2008
    Insanely Awesome Set!!!
  6. Hey Jason!
    I really want to say #8 is my favorite, but only because I'm a guy, but it really is the composite you did in #7, that just ROCKS!! :biggrin:
  7. Allan_s

    Allan_s Guest

    Super shots Jason.
    Ago is looking great after all his years.
    The second image is super, it is a shame that the focus was on the other rider.
  8. daveR1


    Feb 29, 2008
    salt lake city
    Nice shots, Jason.

    I like #4 the best. It breaks the usual rule of showing space in the direction of where the subject is going. Showing space where it's been suggests how a race actually appears - the rider is usually pulling away from the riders behind rather than going somewhere ahead. Subtle difference with great compositional effect.

    Drink a tall one on me!
  9. Great pics Jason. #7 is super.
  10. Ryan Bradford

    Ryan Bradford

    Jul 14, 2009
    Nice shots, I cant believe how close you can get!
  11. They're all great, as usual. Keep it up.
  12. Oldtime


    Jul 5, 2006
    Durham, NC
    Nice series jason #5 stands out for me
  13. Thanks Tim

    Cheers Tony,

    It was great to meet the legend . . But he wasnt the only one there . . How many can you name. . . ?


    Many Thanks.


    Thanks Steve,

    Just because your a guy . . .


    I was thinking that . . Problem is these things happen so quickly . . .

    Thanks Dave . . . Just trying to be different . .:wink:

    Many Thanks

    I'm lucky and have full media access . . . But even the general public get pretty close at most of the circuts in the UK

    Thanks Mark
  14. TANG0F0XTR0T


    Jun 4, 2008
    God bless Kawasaki....:tongue:
  15. Great stuff, Jason. My "brush with greatness" was using the urinal next to Ago in the pits at the Salzburgring. :biggrin:
  16. And tight fitting outfits! Hubba, hubba!
  17. Fantastic as usual I always look forward to your posts
  18. Brew

    Brew Guest

    Love um!!!!!!
  19. Very impressive, scary sport!!
  20. More nice work, now I'd like to see some images from a camera mounted on a bike.
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