*180 m.p.h.*

© Thomas McConville

*180 m.p.h.*

Uploaded: April 23, 2003

Description

team players car flying into turn 8 @ the 2003 long beach grand prix. in photoshop the color was removed except the car's color..also the rear wing colors were smeared back. image shot with canon eos d60 /canon ef 28-70 mm 2.8 L exposure: 1/50th sec. @ f/22

Comments

Kelly L. Byrne April 24, 2003

great shot thomas! I love the contrast of color / bw and the car - though there's tons of motion to it - it is also just crystal clear standing still - I love it. great job. #32030

Carl D. Miller May 26, 2019

Love this shot Thomas! My only critique would be to eliminate the blur off the wing....this image is plenty strong without it. #87232

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