One weekend…. Two Wheels, two locations!
What a Weekend!!!!, I have to say, first Saturday (Oct 15, 2011) Daytona Beach Biketober Fest, I did ride my bike (Triumph Speed Triple) to Daytona Beach over the other side of the State, what a great day to ride, after many days without going out riding, was really cool, over Daytona, was all around motorcycles, take a look:
Two of my favorite Adventure Bike, Triumph Tiger 800XC and Yamaha Super Ténéré! what a blast…
For lunch we went to Caribbean Jack’s, what a superb place to eat, I do recommend the place when you visit Daytona Beach, you won’t regret it, take a look!
The ride back home was superb too, no problems, beautiful back roads!. At home around 6:00PM. A very good time to rest and get ready for next day of work!
Next Day, At East Bay MX for Monster Energy Racing Series
Getting Back on track, next day of work was yesterday Sunday Oct 16, 2011, I went to cover the East bay MX Monster Energy Racing Series. Great day for photos, light very good, this time I was playing with my Sigma Wide Angle Lens (10-20mm f/4-5.6 HSM EX DC), the results?, well I was very satisfied, I do love this lens is great, always get the job done!.
I always want to get some photos with the wide angle, still over “exploration” because I really want to use more this glass, take a look:
… And these one, using a slow shutter speed, love the motion blur!
And one more…
Love this last one, the focus of the D300 is locked over the helmet of the racer, pretty amazing!
Now get back to work, a few shots from the finals, as I said before, light was ok, no need for weird WB Settings, just decide to shoot Manual Exposure (1/500 ~ f/8, ISO 400) had from the setup a complete steady set of photos. Very happy with the results, I already have the gallery online => Visit This Gallery Online Now!
Here some photos to show you:
As you see, my pass weekend was on two wheels, and photography too. Hope you had a great weekend Too!
Note: Pictures Taken with Nikon D300/D700 using Sigma Lenses on Lexar Professional UDMA Digital Film