Some Skateboarding Shots

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by silverbody, Jun 14, 2009.

  1. silverbody

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    #1 Back 180
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    #2 Ollie
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    #3 Shred
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    #1 is quite awesome. Nice perspective angle capture, fisheye works well.
     
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    #1 is too cliché
    #2 too far away
    #3 over exposed
     
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    1- just because its cliche doesnt make it bad. If people were only to shoot things that have never been done before, well, we wouldn't get much practice. :)
    I like the angle of the shot, but his left arm is annoying, specially in the blown out sky. Its like his hand disappears somewhere in the sky.

    2- Seems to snapshotty. Like someone walking by grabbed their camera and just snapped. It doesn't have the punch your first one has. Angle is not very good. you should be aiming at allowing the photo viewer to see the height or what not of the trick, but this one does not do that

    3- Bad lens choice. Looks like the fish or a very wide angle. I don't like how the buildings are falling into the picture.
    It is overexposed and I also find that its too zooming out. There is alot of other stuff going on in the photo that doesn't lend anything to the picture.
     

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