I had a chance to go see my older brother yesterday for the first time in a long itme, who happened to be at Klondike Park trail riding. He's part of a website called Gateway Freeride which is a group of guys that goes and mountain bikes and dirt jumps. I was able to shoot some photos of him yesterday doin' his thing so to speak. Camera settings were at 1/1000 shutter speed with 1600ISO. It was hard to get light in, and my flash went off only when it wanted - its a Panasonic DMW-FL28 external hotshoe flash. I don't get what I might have done wrong for it to never go off. I also had an issue with trying to rapid shoot photos - even on unlimited setting which did only 1 photo per second.. didn't help my cause. 1) Driving to the main lot to get to the start of the trail 2) Eric launching off a 3-4 feet rock face down hill 3) Riding on some of the trail toward the top of the ridge 4) One of the fast snaking sections 5) My best shot, him sliding around a corner 6) Another fast section 7) Was able to get him coming toward me more head on 8) a rock that was part of the trail he rode on 9) same spot as 8 but the flash decided to go off for once. 10) another rock face 11) same as above 12) Sat in a cove type formation and waited for him to come around the corner 13) had him do it again hoping to get a flash to go off.. no go. 14) just a bit after. 15) wooden bridge toward the end of the trail C&C anyone?