An Evening At The Skate Park

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  1. Soul Rebel

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    On my way home I called a good friend of mine to see what he was doing. Turns out he was heading out of town while I was heading in. We stopped at McDonalds to chat for a few minutes and he asked if I had my camera. I didnt but said I could run home and grab it. So we made plans to meet at his house then head to the skatepark. It was great to have a friend actually take an interest in my photography. That was something different. Anyway, here are 3 shots that I really liked from the evening.

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    Thanks for looking...
     
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    Looks like a fun skatepark!! I like shot 2!
     
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    Yeah 2 is awesome. Maybe whoever owns the skatepark (maybe council or whatever) would be interested in number 3 :) What lens was you using?
     
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    number 3 is amazing good set
     
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    Thank you.

    #2 is the one shot that really made the evening worthwhile. Thats a good friend jumping, the friend I went to the skatepark with, and I cant wait to show it to him. The only thing that has me dissapointed is that spot to the left of the skater and below the sun. Ive found it in a few of my shots and havent had time to clean off the sensor just yet but im positive its not the lens. I found it in a few shots with my Sigma 70-300 as well.

    The lens I used was the Nikon 18-55 kit lens that came with the camera. For most of the evening I stayed right around 35.
     
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    nice series but number two is my favourite
     
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    nice photos! IMO i think they would look even better in b+w.
     

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