Street Biking in a little town called Bury St Edmunds

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    Went out with a mate other night to TRY and take some pics of him doing ome street stuff on his bike, he usually does dirt jumping but i think he is pretty good at allround! Let me no what you guys think! Cheers

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    thanks for the amount of comments and advice, i'm.......over whelmed
     
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    Sometimes it takes a little while for replies, and sometimes a bump or 2 helps.

    #1 is good IMO, but that big black object on the left is distracting.

    #2 Good composition with the building in there. There is some motion blur though.

    #3 Great air shot. Good use of vertical shooting and rule of thirds.

    #4 is my favorite. Very sharp, nice expression, and I like the selective color.

    Very good! :thumbup:
     
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    I was thinking that too... normally I'm not one for selective colour but in these photos they are great! I think photos like that are the reason behind selective colour! Very nicely done... I'd like the pictures to be a tad sharper.. but then I am known for my pictures being too sharp (lol, so it's probably a matter of preference!)
     
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    Guy, really appreciate the feed back i am still trying a lot of new things so i appreciate your comments. Thanks again. Stu
     

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