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RT_6Speed

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  1. Nice! Same as Greg, if I won the lottery...
  2. I've been really off and on about watermarks. On the one hand I usually don't do it for money so don't get terribly concerned about usage. On the other hand, get a little irritated when someone takes my work and plays it off as being their own or uses it for their product line without so much as even asking. I think part of the problem is there is no perceived value in an image or photography in general. I've had people ask me to drive 100 miles so I can shoot their wedding shoot for no pay or even expense compensation and in return I'll get "the experience and be able to tell people I did it..." I've had people tell me that a picture "only takes a second" so why should they pay for it. I don't even bother to explain the post processing time, the $oftware involved, the $5,000+ in gear I'm toting around, and the 30+ years of experience to the equation that apparently has no intrinsic value.
  3. Normally I do, but they are easily removed with photoshop either removing them or cleverly cropping them out. If someone wants to take the image removing a watermark is about a 10 second deal. Happens to me all the time. In the case of the photo contest I was doing the guy a favor and by providing him with a large resolution suitable for printing for free and I don't put watermarks on those that are supposed to be for personal use/printing.
  4. It happens. Couple years ago one of my pictures won a $500 photo contest... problem was I had no idea it had been entered. The guy had asked me for a higher resolution image so he could print it for his personal use so I emailed him the image (no charge). He then entered it in the contest (and won) and then posted it for sale on several website. Another instance a company took one of my images, did a little photoshop work to remove my name, then used it to promote their car accessory line.
  5. It took me a while to make a decision back in 2010-11 and there was at least one less choice as Whipple hadn't released anything. If I was sitting here today looking at the path of superchargers and ancillary stuff (gauges, axles, driveshaft, etc) I would be out shopping for a Hellcat.
  6. Took a couple of quick shots between the park gate and the track entrance. Next year I'm going to make sure I get there early, get set up, and then shoot the first hour or so from there... background is really good and I'm sure if I have a bit I can find and even better position/angle.
  7. Like the reflection down the track...
  8. Not a fan of pillar gauges either but after a lot of playing around finally figured out its about the only place I can readily see the gauges. The sun glass mount seemed awkward to me.