Some action photos-critism welcome

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  1. streettrailpark

    streettrailpark TPF Noob!

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    Hey, just looking for some feedback on these shots. I'm pretty new at photograpghy, and this is my second time using an off camera flash. My setup was Nikon D70s with an sb-600 acting as a slave. Feel free to be blunt.;)
    Thanks in advance.


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  2. djomlas

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    i like the 1st one
     
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    Nice shots matie, personally i like 3's positioning. Good to see your thiking about the shots more, shooting off centre, capturing transition etc. Have you played with them in photoshop at all. Ive just had a look at them in B+W, and cropping them a little more. Adds another aspect to them, but great shots non the less. An off camera flash is next on my list to buy.
     
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    you might want to post them a little smaller they take a long time to open. They look good to me but I'm no bike enthusiast.
     
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    I like em... they look like they could be from a magazine! in the third one, the sky seems a little overexposed to my eye, but it's still passable. sharp photos!
     

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