I was under the first wood module on the slopestyle track to take this shot. Low shutter speed and back lighting.
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I was under the first wood module on the slopestyle track to take this shot. Low shutter speed and back lighting.

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 I completely understand what's happening here.
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 Yeah, it is just so simple!
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 Minnaar made a tailwhip during a world cup race?
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flag rich-and-famous-media (Aug 19, 2014 at 10:18) (Below Threshold)
 tbh i havent seen an AMAZING pod recently
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 @MP29: Jap, with a dual crown fork and all of those cables hanging around!
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 That has gotta be one of the most creative photos I have seen , before I read the comments I thought it was some one doing a tail whip in a shopping center/mall , over a set of escalators or polished stairs.
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 Sweet that means I understood it from the first view Wink thx for the explanation @scapegoat2010
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 If we're going to refer to all photos like this as imitation of Paris's shot from last year, then let's give credit where credit is originally due. Starting with Duncan Philpott who did it first a few weeks before. www.vitalmtb.com/photos/features/DROPPING-IN-Action-from-the-Andorra-World-Cup,6078/Slideshow,0/sspomer,2
*Though I'm not sure how much imitation is at play here, any of us who experiment with panning through things be it trees, or crowd of people, or snow fencing have entertained doing the same. 2 of us looked at that same bridge in Andorra on the same morning and thought about panning under it but moved on because we had to stare directly into the sun. I guess it's only inevitable that creative people given similar conditions to work with are going to take similar shots from time to time. Still, I'm giving this one to Duncan Wink
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 I'd concede you're right on this one, Paris' shot was the one I was familiar with, I guess mainly because of POY.
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 When it comes to creative panning, I think we're all just copying Flipper anyway right?
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 True.
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 I can only pan to the right!!
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 Wrong, Your actually copying Darren Heath. Ask Garry, he'll confirm
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 It's a tailwhip from underneath the Joyride cabin, if you use a lower shutter speed and pan the camera with the rider then it picks up the rider through the planks of wood.
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 How slow of shutter speed? I am very interested in furthering my photography for when my friends and I go out riding Smile
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 1/15, all details are in the photo details on the right
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 Sorry, but i think im a bit of an Idiot because i don't nderstand this fuc*ing pic?!
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 carrying his bike up some stairs?
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 Super cool shot, love the play of diagonal lines and B&W! If your going to take time to edit…clean up the dust spots.
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 Thanks, already done, i didn't saw them when i've uploaded it.
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 Least favorite part of the edit Great shot though
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 The edit process, that is. Not this edit specifically.
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 Looking up from underneath a wooden bridge?
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 yep, the first one at crankworx les2A
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 Good job Jb Smile
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 Superbe !
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 Excuse, what's going on here?
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 Huh?
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