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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 12:15 am 
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As the title says i had ago with my friends DSLR Before i do my A levels , this is my best i think (Quality and size has been reduced).


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EDIT: Sorry, Ben, but I've had to remove the [img]..[/img] tags on that second image as it exceeded our 1024 pixel width limit. If you can find an alternative of the right size then please edit this post, reinstate the tags and remove this Edit. Bob Andersson.

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Hi Ben,

Nice shots. For the future please bear in mind our 1024 pixel width limit (forum rules).

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 12:23 am 
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Sorry i've only just joined and wanted to get these up before he collects his memory card ill resize and upload!

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Nice shot,
What kind of lighting did you use?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 9:37 pm 
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lowliferider wrote:
Nice shot,
What kind of lighting did you use?

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Erm , i wouldn't know What the Flash Was Etc ,due to the fact it basically was my first time , he helped me to setup tho , i'll ask him what he used. However i can tell you where it was placed , but i think that seem abit clear from picture.

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Love the first one, But the flash might be a little too powerful in the second. I think i blows out some of the edges.

I'm hay about another MTB photographer joining the forum aswell :lol:

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jake.rohan wrote:
Love the first one, But the flash might be a little too powerful in the second. I think i blows out some of the edges.

I'm hay about another MTB photographer joining the forum aswell :lol:


yeh I love MTB photography it's amazing some of the details and depth of colour you can get. Maybe one day I'll be the next Aaron larocique!

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Churchy wrote:
jake.rohan wrote:
Love the first one, But the flash might be a little too powerful in the second. I think i blows out some of the edges.

I'm hay about another MTB photographer joining the forum aswell :lol:


yeh I love MTB photography it's amazing some of the details and depth of colour you can get. Maybe one day I'll be the next Aaron larocique!

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doesn't he only do videos???

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jake.rohan wrote:
Love the first one, But the flash might be a little too powerful in the second. I think i blows out some of the edges.

I'm hay about another MTB photographer joining the forum aswell :lol:


I'm no MTB photo'g but i do alot of riding! Do you ride Jake?

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I used to ride alot more than i do now.... i sold my Downhill bike (Kona Stab Sureme), to buy my 50D... so I'm stuck with my hardtail from here.

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jake.rohan wrote:
I used to ride alot more than i do now.... i sold my Downhill bike (Kona Stab Sureme), to buy my 50D... so I'm stuck with my hardtail from here.


Woah, that must of been a great bike but HT's can still be great fun, i am just about to enter into the FS realm with my first FS very soon, currently on a HT!
Anyway nice to know there are other MTB'ers on the forum, and we should probably get back on topic now!

@ Churchy, forgot to say really like the first pic, although the second one is a little blown out/overexposed to my eyes :wink:

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