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Thread: Motorsport "photography" can be dangerous

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    Motorsport "photography" can be dangerous

    Last edited by kiwi; 22-11-2011 at 3:07pm.
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    And the winner of this year's Darwin award goes to... Clearly he's not heard of a remote shutter release!
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    that would have to be the most idiotic thing ive seen in a while......

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    And the photos or video from that whatever ever it was tiny P&S in those circustances would have been next to useless anyway.
    Last edited by Art Vandelay; 22-11-2011 at 3:47pm.

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    I'm glad he didn't get hit though, could you imagine how the drivers would feel? And offroad racing doesn't need more bad publicity caused from idiotic onlookers.

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    and yet when he caused someone to slow down so that he wasn't hit he abuses them . What a total tool.
    We film those with bullet cams fixed in places we are not stupid enough to stand. But hey maybe i could give that guy a fixed subcontract with a helmet cam lying in the dirt. Payment upon delivery from said person.
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    well, isn`t he devoid of grey matter.
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    Nice find kiwi

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    Those people standing so close to the action aren't much smarter either.

    Lots of cars go right off the road from time to time.
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    It seems his brains have descended further down his body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeeFy View Post
    It seems his brains have descended further down his body.
    And come out the other side!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Vandelay View Post
    And the photos or video from that whatever ever it was tiny P&S in those circustances would have been next to useless anyway.
    He actually owns a Nikon with a very long lens but the T&C's of the venue meant all he could bring was a P&S!!

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    here's one that took guts.


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    you see similiar stuff over seas at WRC events on corners, surprises me they allow the general public so close to the events, I guess its one of the reasons its so popular.

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