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    Is anyone doing professional photographic coverage of the ocups?

    Hey all,

    I noticed that Specimage.com doesnt seem to be covering the o-cups anymore in terms of detailed photography. Does anyone know why? Or perhaps who is taking over this role...if that is the case? Some of the shots they take are spectacular and really worth the purchase...

    There are some shots done by mark lazarski if anyone is interested, although they are only of the elite classes.
    http://www.lazarskiphoto.com/
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    Not enough returns...

    Quote Originally Posted by superlightracer
    Hey all,

    I noticed that Specimage.com doesnt seem to be covering the o-cups anymore in terms of detailed photography. Does anyone know why? Or perhaps who is taking over this role...if that is the case? Some of the shots they take are spectacular and really worth the purchase...

    There are some shots done by mark lazarski if anyone is interested, although they are only of the elite classes.
    http://www.lazarskiphoto.com/
    I speak with Roger at Spectrum Imaging on occasion and I will ask him about this. I suspect it is that his returns are not sufficient enough to justify the costs. I know that this is the case with some of the smaller events that he has done. For whatever reason, some folks at these types of events just don't buy. Not sure what he would need to make it work, but it would be great if he could get out more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbmeister
    For whatever reason, some folks at these types of events just don't buy.
    Plain an simple, it is the cost. You can sometimes score some really stellar images, but they are a little expensive i have found. Especially with the money people put out to be at the event in the first place.

    Many people do a lot of racing. You can only have so many pictures of you doing the same thing.

    I like seeing the pictures of myself, but don't really want to pay for a copy.
    When under pressure, your level of performance will sink to your level of preparation.

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