It goes like this:
- Boot it in front of the back and find somewhere where subjects will move around you in a radius.
- Ditch bike and quickly whip out camera. Flick it on and hopefully meter in quickly before pack arrives
- Catch your breath and start to track the first person in the pack
- Hopefully they are slightly below your level and hopefully they don't see you (fat chance)
- You want them to move steadily through the turn...
- Too fast they'll be hard to catch...
- Too slow and your shaky, out-of-breath, heart-pounding hands will blur the shot more than the movement of the subject
- Track smoothly and through the slow exposure keeping the lens centered on a face or helmet.
- Hope for the best
- Delete 9 out of 10 shots that result
Here's tonight's attempts...
Also, Wilson's Loop has never been in better shape thanks to lots of trail work. If you want to support this look into getting an R.V.C. membership. A great group for supporting local trail maintenance and development. We also rode the View and Swanky. Awesome fun. Don't stop however. Bug index is getting high.