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Posted: Feb 25, 2015 at 11:19 Quote
James-Carey wrote:
ebehn wrote:
Yeah I've only been climbing for about a year and haven't done a ton. This was also out first time to the spot so we didn't know much about the routes and their cruxes. Next time I'm planning to repel down above a crux section and shoot it that way. Thanks for the critique!

No worries. I keep meaning to get outside and set up some riffing to shoot climbing properly but I always end up going on trips in even numbers so end up belaying and climbing


What sort of climbing is it predominantly in Canada? Trad or sport?

It depends on where you go... Some areas are primarily trad and some are sport and some areas have an equal mix of both.

I seem to do a little less climbing every year... just not enough time in a day...

A couple of sport shots and an alpine one.
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Posted: Feb 25, 2015 at 11:25 Quote
Monte Carlo


Sweden


Old watermark gone too. jr was right, the light central watermark is too much.

Posted: Feb 25, 2015 at 13:35 Quote
Looks sweet man, always enjoy your shots.

Posted: Feb 25, 2015 at 16:04 Quote
the one in sweeden was all time!

Posted: Feb 25, 2015 at 19:17 Quote
cole525 wrote:
I envy you right now.. these are so nice Drool
Thanks. It was a fun race, I just wish I wasn't stuck shooting behind a fence the whole time.

I'm kinda getting burnt out on shooting cars though so I've been doing some other stuff...





Posted: Feb 28, 2015 at 9:56 Quote
duckcrisps wrote:
Here are some of my shots from a day trip to Wales.
Day trip to Wales
Day trip to Wales
Day trip to Wales
Day trip to Wales
Day trip to Wales
Day trip to Wales

Some feedback would be great! Thanks.

Posted: Feb 28, 2015 at 11:14 Quote
alreadyupsidedown wrote:
Looks sweet man, always enjoy your shots.

TreyDownhill wrote:
the one in sweeden was all time!

Thanks lads. Having a load of fun covering the world rally championship at the moment, although sadly missing Mexico and Argentina.

Posted: Feb 28, 2015 at 13:08 Quote
[Quote="duckcrisps"]
duckcrisps wrote:
Here are some of my shots from a day trip to Wales.
snip

Some feedback would be great! Thanks.

A bit poo. No thought gone into interesting lighting, angle, composition. It shows a rider going down a tame section of trail, in bland boring light with a bland boring background. Shot straight on.

They look like little more than snapshots. I presume thats why no one else has said anything about them.

Posted: Feb 28, 2015 at 22:44 Quote
wrote:
A bit poo. No thought gone into interesting lighting, angle, composition. It shows a rider going down a tame section of trail, in bland boring light with a bland boring background. Shot straight on.

They look like little more than snapshots. I presume thats why no one else has said anything about them.

Oh. Ok... So theres literally nothing good or worthy of credit about my photos at all then?

Posted: Feb 28, 2015 at 23:12 Quote
The bottom one has potential...

Posted: Mar 1, 2015 at 0:37 Quote
wrote:
duckcrisps wrote:
A bit poo. No thought gone into interesting lighting, angle, composition. It shows a rider going down a tame section of trail, in bland boring light with a bland boring background. Shot straight on.

They look like little more than snapshots. I presume thats why no one else has said anything about them.

Oh. Ok... So theres literally nothing good or worthy of credit about my photos at all then?

Read up a bit on composition and stuff, look at photos that are good. Read up on the decisive moment and that, these will all help you improve your photos. These ones are a bit boring compositionally and there is nothing that makes me want to really look at them. You gotta not frame your subject dead center in all the photos (this is not to say that a dead center subject can work in others but these it does not help at all).

Posted: Mar 1, 2015 at 9:29 Quote
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Read up a bit on composition and stuff, look at photos that are good. Read up on the decisive moment and that, these will all help you improve your photos. These ones are a bit boring compositionally and there is nothing that makes me want to really look at them. You gotta not frame your subject dead center in all the photos (this is not to say that a dead center subject can work in others but these it does not help at all).

Ok thankyou for the tips.

Posted: Mar 1, 2015 at 9:35 Quote
wrote:
duckcrisps wrote:
Read up a bit on composition and stuff, look at photos that are good. Read up on the decisive moment and that, these will all help you improve your photos. These ones are a bit boring compositionally and there is nothing that makes me want to really look at them. You gotta not frame your subject dead center in all the photos (this is not to say that a dead center subject can work in others but these it does not help at all).

Ok thankyou for the tips.
At least someone knows what 'constructive criticism' means.

Posted: Mar 1, 2015 at 14:23 Quote
Crush12 wrote:
Trying pans


I'd like it better if you focused everything but still a respectable shot Pimp


 
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