Been working with my camera for a couple of months now and while I'm getting better I'm still not quite there yet. Here are a couple of the best shots from a recent cyclocross clinic, wondering if anyone can offer any constructive criticism? Taken with Canon Digital Rebel XT, 75-200mm lens and on camera flash. Rider re-mounting after running barriers. Taken as a panning shot while rider was preparing to jump back on the bike. f/22, 1/200, ISO 1600. Honestly I was very happy with this one. Haven't been able to get many panning shots to turn out well, so to finally get a clear photo of a rider at speed was nice. And I like the look of focus on the riders face. Would have liked if I had been a little wider on the shot, catching the riders stance as he prepared to remount would have made the photo more interesting I think. Riders running barriers. f/10, 1/1000, ISO 800. I'm happy with the timing of this photo, capturing the rider in mid leap. If I had caught the rider to the left better, it would likely be a better shot. Any recommendations for a better exposure in an area like this with thick forest cover?