Who like Mtn Biking? 12 photos

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  1. uberben

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    Redbull put on a bikejam a couple weekends ago up in Duluth, MN. Here are some of the results from the day. Here is a video of the day if your interested www.hornermusic.com/alex/jamsession.mov

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    Ouch! #4 looks painful!
     
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    Yes. Photo 4 has had the strongest impact on me, too.
    And all I could think was "Ouch!", too. Nasty fall!

    The others are great.
    Wow.
    That unicyclist on the bridge railing ... whoa!

    My favourite is Photo 8 here... I think. Hard to say, though. They are all so good.
     
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    I really like #7, all cool photos though! :D
     
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    sigh still building my leg back to strenth befor i can get back on again sigh

    kool photos tho thoose uni cycles are insane i want one :D
     
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    Nice group of pics. I like # 10, my title for it would me "Maybe this wasn't such a good idea".

    What was your settings for #8, I'd love to be able to try that and have it come out as clear and crisp.


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    love the pics, 4 looks bad,
    one question on #8 how do u get a picture like that, iam using a d70 and i cant seem how to do it, my camera only dose 3.7 pictures a sec, and i cant get the effect?
     
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    some great shots in there... yeah, #4.... ouch, i cringed when I saw it... no helmet? he was okay i hope...?

    TTPeter, you could use a tripod and then layer each of the shots in PS, might take a while, but it could be done...
     
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    #8 is a very neat shot!
     
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    Nice series! I'm a big fan of #4.

    How did you get the effect in 8?
     
  11. uberben

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    The guy in #4 ended up wit a concussion, 3 cracked ribs, and a fractured wrist. There was a huge after party with lots of swag (free stuff) given away. He was given a full face helmet :D

    For # 8
    I hand held for the entire sequence and then layered them all in photoshop. Once all was lined up correctly, I used the first layer as the background and by using the eraser tool, I erased all but the riders on each of the other layer. When using the eraser, I tend to keep it on a less hard level so it doesn't create a noticable line.

    Thanks for all the positive comments.
     
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    Well I'm glad to know that #4 has a helmet now. Did you show him this picture? lol. I like #8 though lol.
     

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