Some desert dirtbike photography....

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Jeepnut28, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. Jeepnut28

    Jeepnut28 TPF Noob!

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    something new I am trying my hand at:

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  2. 250Gimp

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    Nice shots!!

    The last three are the best to me. You feel the motion with the blurred spokes.

    The overhead shot I know took some balls to get!! To bad you didn't have a wider lense!

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    he he....yeah I really was wishing for something wider at that time....he cleared me by a good ten feet so I wasnt in any real danger......but it was a bit scary to have a bike jumping over me.
     
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    wow, nice set, i like 3 the best, very cool angle!
     
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    excellent shots!! I love them all
     
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    nice work, all good....love the backdrop too :D
     
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    nice work. one nit to pick - they seem a little over-sharpened, but that may be the size at which we're viewing them. either way, well done.
     

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