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Perhaps we should seen this coming....

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gimme as serious a critique as possible
 

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I would try getting some shoots for the front view, for the back you miss the facial expressions; they can be one of the best part of action shoots. IMO
 

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I agree with Jeff. Even with exposure comp for the backlighting, not a good BG. Would have had better lighting in reverse position shooting upward.
 
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Yeah, yall are absolutely right, the front view is 1000 tiems better, but we already had video of that and I didn't feel like walkin down the hill. I was pretty tired
 

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I guess i'm with the majority on this one. They lack a bit of impact as all the emotion/fear is hidden from view. Over exposure is the other killer as the sky is blown out a lot (maybe an ND filter or a polariser might help a bit or a different angle and time of day?)

Other than that i say you and your mates are CRAZY and i want in on the next go!!!!! :)
 

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