Stay com­posed

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“The other thing be­gin­ners tend to do when shoot­ing motorsport for the first time,” says Adam “is get so ex­cited about the sheer num­ber of cars there are to shoot, that they plonk them all in the mid­dle of the frame and fire away. Un­less you’re fill­ing the frame, it’s gen­er­ally a good idea to leave a bit of space to the left or right of the frame for the sub­ject to ‘move’ into. This may mean set­ting an AF point to the left or right of the frame, and then keep­ing this AF point over the sub­ject as you track it.”

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