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Nascar
Shawn Clanin, Photographer
Petoskey | MI | USA | Posted: 12:19 PM on 01.28.14
->> Seeking any tips or insight into race coverage. Got picked up for an a race. It is dead end coverage; but I'll take it.
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Steven Mullensky, Photographer, Photo Editor
Port Townsend | WA. | USA | Posted: 7:21 PM on 01.28.14
->> Shawn,
The best advice I would give is to never turn your back to a race car.
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Paul Hayes, Photographer, Photo Editor
Littleton | NH | USA | Posted: 7:27 PM on 01.28.14
->> Bring earplugs. A must!
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Jason Miczek, Photographer
Charlotte | NC | USA | Posted: 8:11 PM on 01.28.14
->> Well, I don't know exactly what "dead end" coverage is (I'm assuming you've been assigned to a particular turn maybe?), but it might be helpful if you told us what track you will be covering. From your current SS ten images it seems that you have obviously covered a race before (the obligatory Carl Edwards winning a race and backflipping off his car photo), so I would ask for a bit more information before an in-depth response. Can you clarify? Thanks, good luck and enjoy your race.
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Shawn Clanin, Photographer
Petoskey | MI | USA | Posted: 5:18 AM on 01.29.14
->> I would be covering for a client that would use the shots in house; or for their people. Company publication or co. news. Just seeking info,0. I have found good tip at time come from general questions. Phoenix is the track.

Thanks for all you time
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John Tucker, Photographer, Photo Editor
Cordova | TN | USA | Posted: 5:40 PM on 01.29.14
->> Get there early, wear earplugs, don't go where you shouldn't, don't put your head anywhere you wouldn't put your pecker.....you will be fine!
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Martin McNeil, Photographer
London | London | United Kingdom | Posted: 7:56 PM on 01.29.14
->> John, that advice would seem to cover a lot of social situations too, ha!
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Wesley R. Bush, Photographer
Murfreesboro | TN | U.S. | Posted: 9:07 AM on 01.30.14
->> Shoot slow enough that you can see the letters on the tires spinning. Otherwise the cars will look like they're parked on the track. As long as you're panning with them, you'll still be tack sharp. A boring tip, but you'll thank me later.
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