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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by FCLinder, Jan 3, 2008.

  1. FCLinder

    FCLinder Turbo Monkey

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    A few of us went out to the Clemson DH course this past weekend. I am still learning the new SLR camera so the pictures are no perfect, but this is what I got.
    Tooling around in the parking lot:

    Bikes pictures:
    Kenan’s new ride, Jeremy R’s old ride

    My ride:

    Jeremy R’s dreamy ride:

    Bikes lying around on the trail side:

    Random shots:
    Mo and her dog:

    Kenan being funny:

    Bo with his hot self:

    Demo Dave and Jeremy watching everyone ride the wall ride:

    Jeff Kill:

    Wall ride shots:
    John:



    Jeff Kill:

    Kenan:

    Demo Dave:

    Bo:

    Me:

    Ripping up the Berms:
    John:

    Jeff Kill, Check out the “Tats”:

    Jeremy R:

    Me:

    By the way we got to see some of the new stuff the Clemson Freeride team is building out there and the new Jump Line is going to be Sick!!!!
     
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  2. Transcend

    Transcend My Nuts Are Flat

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    Higher ISO, higher shutter speed, a bit of pan & AI Servo focus mode. It'll help you get the riders in focus and not the BG. :)
     
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  3. FCLinder

    FCLinder Turbo Monkey

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    Thanks for the Info man!!!! I am going to take a few classes soon to learn some stuff. Have dirffent 3 lenses to learn too. I know it will take time!!!!
     
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    Transcend My Nuts Are Flat

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    Don't bother with the classes. Get a good book, like the kodak guides. You will learn more in the first 3 chapters than 2 years of classes.

    The joy of photography is good. Also try national geographic field guide to action and adventure. I highly recommend both of them.
     
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