Le Tour De France 2007 - Canterbury Prologue

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by SeriouslyC, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. SeriouslyC

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    This is the first time ive tried this, and it's amazingly hard. We waited for AGGGES and they sped past in 5 seconds. Had to be very ready.

    #1 - Get Your Head Down And Cycle As Fast As You Can
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    If you like any of them please can you vote for them here in this competition http://kmfm.co.uk/goto.php?topage=14&sess=x12656|u12305|p189|n157|c0|l0|g5|d0

    Disregarding the duplicate on the third row :):thumbup:

    Many thanks.
     
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    Good job! You really get a sense of the cyclists' speed, and the anticipation of the crowd. Very colourful too. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I like the black and white shot :)
     
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    Great Shots!
    You really captured the athletes strength, and will to win in those images.
    Very colorful too!
     
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    I really like the colour and exposure of these shots, but I think shot 3 could be improved with a better focus on the front cyclists. I understand the focus must have been hard with that speed though! Good job.
     

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