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2 is my favourite. Brilliant work!

Mar 04, 2009 17:05

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willy b wrote in post #7455419 (external link)
2 is my favourite. Brilliant work!

Thanks!

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Love them!
Being a downhill rider I can appreciate these big time! Photos are fantastic and the drop looks epic in the photo as there is nothing much to indicate the bottom of the drop.

Love how you have captured the front wheel with forks fully extended and back shock slightly compressed with the back wheel riding over the edge...great shots!

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WRCfan wrote in post #7525322external link
Love them!
Being a downhill rider I can appreciate these big time! Photos are fantastic and the drop looks epic in the photo as there is nothing much to indicate the bottom of the drop.

Love how you have captured the front wheel with forks fully extended and back shock slightly compressed with the back wheel riding over the edge...great shots!

I haven't tried riding that trail since 2002. It is very loose and steep. Oh and off-camber. But it is fun to shoot the young guns hammering down it. The 5-6 who can in the area.

Here is a link to the man who built it just destroying the thing!

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I was about to give you an image by image crit but once I hit 11 or maybe 12 or 13, well, those thoughts ceased. #1 and 6 are very nice but 9, 11, and the last are the real bangers here. Those are fanstastic. #2 I'd dump, it seems pretty soft on this monitor. The rest are all decent enough but didn't get me saying wow. Guess that's the reader's digest version. Nice series for sure and again, 9, 11, and the last one....WOW! I would crop a touch of the sky out in the last, just a little too centered for me.

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ugh, this makes me want to get back on my bike. still need to order a new boxxer since my last outing bent my forks (40mph jumps arent a good idea for hte bike or ribs)

fantastic shots. i can only hope i can get some as good as this when i get out this spring

Mar 15, 2009 16:43

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namasste wrote in post #7528767 (external link)
I was about to give you an image by image crit but once I hit 11 or maybe 12 or 13, well, those thoughts ceased. #1 and 6 are very nice but 9, 11, and the last are the real bangers here. Those are fanstastic. #2 I'd dump, it seems pretty soft on this monitor. The rest are all decent enough but didn't get me saying wow. Guess that's the reader's digest version. Nice series for sure and again, 9, 11, and the last one....WOW! I would crop a touch of the sky out in the last, just a little too centered for me.

Thanks! I think the same seeing many of your images. This last one I think is the best I got of the day......

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ugh, this makes me want to get back on my bike. still need to order a new boxxer since my last outing bent my forks (40mph jumps arent a good idea for hte bike or ribs)

fantastic shots. i can only hope i can get some as good as this when i get out this spring

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Yeah I am still trying to put together my 2003 M1 I need to sell off my Sunday frame and then I can start bolting together the Intense.;)

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i wish i was that baller
i have a lowly kona stinky

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Thanks! I think the same seeing many of your images. This last one I think is the best I got of the day......
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it almost looks like he is bursting from the clouds the way they fan out from the center point behind him. full on sickness! love it man.

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Great shots - I am going to get out and shoot some mountain bike racing this summer. If you had to pick one of your lenses for this kind of shooting would it be your 16-35 or your 24-70... or something else?

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I assume that's HSS working on that last image. Exif shows flash firing. Was it on camera flash? Basically, would you mind walking me through your flash setup for this, the exif confused me a bit...

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That last shot rocks!

Blows the rest away.

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namasste wrote in post #7534121external link
I assume that's HSS working on that last image. Exif shows flash firing. Was it on camera flash? Basically, would you mind walking me through your flash setup for this, the exif confused me a bit...

jgl the lens I use 90% of the time is the 16-35. The 24-70 wasnt even used that day. Also the 70-200 is good to use.

Yes I had 1 580 on camera with HSS and 1 off being fired from the one on camera. It fired only about 80% of the time. This shot the ground flash did not go off it was set off to the right half way down the drop. I usuallt try and underexpose the back and fill with flash....

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great shots the last 2 sets are great!, its trails like that, that keep me employed, with out those trials whos bike parts would i get to fix,, err or replace hahah. one of the local trails thats the closest to dh that was have, ie gap jumps and rocks. has been geting more use since another trail system got closed due to the park closing.. so more parts are being busted,, sticks, rocks + rear derailuer= cash in my pocket.:) i hope to get to this trail soon for photos
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