Hi everyone A friend of mine will be taking part in a parachute swooping competition at the end of September and I will be going along to take some photos. I've only seen videos of swooping on Youtube and it looks like fast and furious action for the last 10 seconds or so. I'd appreciate any advice on how to get good photos from anyone has experience photographing this sport. I imagine I'll need fast shutter speeds and good panning technique (which I need to work on). Any other suggestions ? I'm also thinking a graduated ND filter to reduce light from the sky and even out the exposure. Gear I have available includes; D2h, D70s, 300 f4, 80-200 f2.8, 1.4 TC, 17-55 f2.8, + some other wider angle lenses which I don't think will be useful at the distances I may have to stand from the action.