Old Skateboard Photo From the Archives

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  1. JEazy

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    Took this shot of my friend awhile ago. I found this shot looking through my archives and I was quite fond of it. Comments or critiques would be greatly appreciated so...tear me apart!
     
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    i like it :D the motion of the board and his hair give a sense of movement the lighting is greta and the exposure is spot on
     
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    good shot, more importantly, i cant see him landing that.. lol
     
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    I like the sky.
     
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    Yeah would looked better if he was in a position where he was gunna land the kickflip.
     
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    Wow nice shot :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    I cant tell what he's even attempting and whatever it is there's no way he landed it. Your exposures are always good but you're timing is always way off.
     
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    nice shot, what camera setup did you use?
     

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