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 Post subject: inline skating photo.
PostPosted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:23 pm 
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hey all. C.C welcome but be nice lol.

i was going for a magazine style photo hence the name in the wood. let me know what you think if you think it works or not.



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I'll repeat what I have read many times on this forum with this type of shot, "try get closer to the action", e.g. the skater in this case.


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You've done alright, you just need to add some light and get in closer (as mentioned). Do those 2 things and get your friend to really sit down on that fishbrain and you'll get a great shot.

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