About Tony - Tony Schreiber Photography
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My first subjects were cars and dancers. And while they seem to be such disparate subjects, I find that I use the same technique for getting my shot in either case. I'm trying to get the subject at a specfic moment in time, the peak of action for the manuever - and doing it while trying to take advantage of the subject's surrounding.

For autocross, this peak action shows the car at the point of most suspension travel during a tight manuever. Getting the shot within the context of a slow-shutter pan gives it the appropriate backdrop. This moment leaves an image of the car, which seems to be moving appropriately, except for something thing that pops out at you.

My first subjects were cars and dancers. And while they seem to be such disparate subjects, I find that I use the same technique for getting my shot in either case. I'm trying to get the subject at a specfic moment in time, the peak of action for the manuever - and doing it while trying to take advantage of the subject's surrounding.

For autocross, this peak action shows the car at the point of most suspension travel during a tight manuever. Getting the shot within the context of a slow-shutter pan gives it the appropriate backdrop. This moment leaves an image of the car, which seems to be moving appropriately, except for something thing that pops out at you.