50/50 Rail Slide

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  1. Garrentee

    Garrentee TPF Noob!

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    My friend asked me to take some pics of him in a rail jam.

    The weather wasnt that great as you can see and immediatley after he landed this his knee popped out of the socket...so you could say this was the last picture of this session...I like it but might have a bit of bias towards it...let me know!

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    That's great shot, the picture make me feel cold. Sorry about your friend though.
     
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    Hey, at least now there's proof he landed it eh.. lol

    Great action pic.. I agree as above, makes me want to put the heating on..
     
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    its underexposed
     
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    underexposed? really?

    anyone else think its underexposed?
     
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    Yes, I agree, it's underexposed. The snow should be white but due to the shutter priority automatic the camera made it gray.
    The picture is not bad, but I would've chosen a lower camera standpoint and to shoot a little later, so his left arm would be visible too. He looks kind of one-armed on that pic ;)

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    That's a suggestion. I made the background darker, that gives a little more dynamic because of the diagonal that occures (left top to right bottom).

    Sephis
     
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    yes its underexposed and an outer border will be better
     

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