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    Very nice. Are you a triathlete aswell?
     
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    nope... climbing is my thing now. but maybe i will tri someday
     
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    nice. Im 14 and a sponsored triathlete. Its to much fun!
     
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    annnnd... ka-bump.

    anyone?
    i think these are just average shots..
    but i promise you. the next batch of pics im going to post from this race will be better. :)
    I feel like more people would see them if i had posted this in the general gallery instead. :/ but i hate to make it more crowded there.
    and i think these really do belong specifically here.
     
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    Two and Four are my absolute favorite. The composition, lighting and scenery are 100% on point. Good enough to publish in a magazine in my humble opinion. Two could use a little sharpening I think. The others are good to but the composition throws it off for me.

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    what are you shooting with?
     
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    I like 1/4/5.

    Great shots, nicely layed out, and nice post processing.

    Is that high radius sharpening and high pass filtering in the first picture? I love how it turned out with the desaturation look but still bold colours.

    Great work. Keep them coming.

    As for sports pictures, I find they don't get near the views or reviews as compared to other types. We're not liked =(
     
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    I took these with a d40.

    I think it was relativly low radius for sharpening. And I don't know what a "high pass filter is"... What is it? /does it do?

    Thanks for the comments :)
     
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    It's just another way of sharpening a picture, but it can dull the colours with a greyish tone. This why I thought the first one was done this way because the beach and his skin is somewhat grey. I like the look though.
     

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