NYC bike scene

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  1. de-fifty

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    These work great as a series. Very gritty 'street' feel to them. Really like the b/w tones.
     
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    Yeah these are great portraits.

    It's got the 'shop' feel to them that make them seem really personal. The shots with bike parts blurred in the forground are great too becuase not only do they give a sense of enviroment, but also like you're spectating it.
     
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    thanks fellas - I have to admit i dont put that much thought into it while taking the pictures, but your comments are deff apprieciated.
     
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    Great shots, nitty and gritty street shots, love them!
     
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    Excellent work. Some of the photos of this series are truely interesting. I think that the correct thing would be to put all in color, or all in black and white. When a photographic series is made the unification of the color is almost one unsalvable rule.
    A hug from Spain.
     
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    bmx! when i first read the title i was thinking motorcycles. but was very pleased to see some bmx.

    and great shots...the nyc scene is crazy, plus the surroundings make for good shots!
     
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    nice, nice, nice! The color ones are not my favorite, but the b&w are great!









    pascal
     
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    these are better than my bmx shots...sort of reminds me of the time i got beat up by cops in brooklyn.
     
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    haha hes wearing a bmw hoodie. you guys must ride DH too cause that wheel has a disc and a 20mm axle. what kind of rigs you all running
     
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    ha, i cant list all of em but i ride a identti dr.jekyll...Im a Freerider, tho i chill and shoot with bmxer's all the time.
     
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    WOW That is some of the best work I have ever seen here ( I am kind of new to TPF though). Great job Wow thats all I can say!


    What kind of equipment are you useing?
     

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