Kyle Strait made this gap famous years ago, here Kelly McGarry throws some Kiwi style into it.
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Kyle Strait made this gap famous years ago, here Kelly McGarry throws some Kiwi style into it.

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 If this doesn't get pod, then i will eat my bike...
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 love the sage at the bottom. Perfect lighting. Proper skills. POD
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flag dakarordie (May 3, 2011 at 20:49) (Below Threshold)
 DIC!
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 no messing about! holy shit
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 P O D!!!!!!!!!
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 pure awesomeness
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flag OliScale (May 25, 2011 at 13:59) (Below Threshold)
 small
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 So ehm Sam, eaten your bike yet? :p
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 Nice picture. Nice riding. You both have such sweet jobs... Way to rep NZ Kelly!
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 well people can fly after all haha, good job with the pic Ian your photos always look good
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 i would say POM, but can you even give POD to yourself ?
that looks amazing i really want to find other angles of that jump !
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 OH MAH GAWD that is a sick photo. POD once again. HOLY SH*T straight to faves
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flag pawl (May 2, 2011 at 19:44) (Below Threshold)
 DIC!!!
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 shut up
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 Photo is perfectly lit man! Nice job!!! tup
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 Thanks, I think I'm getting the hang of this high speed sync flash thing Wink

Props to Pocket Wizard for making it easier...
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 I think we'd miss pawl if he ever stopped with his endless attempts to get DIC to work...
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 Ian, do you still use those Multi Max's or did you switch to the new one's? Awesome shots man!
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 I'm using a combination of them, depends what I'm trying to do but I still use the MultiMAX's for sure
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 Ok cool, I'm doing some high speed sync flashing lately with the MM, love it, but flashing on max output is a drag sometimes. I might go for the newer ones soon. Might be cool to try that new system. Cheers.
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 Even with the new ones I get best results with full power, it's just part of how it works, the longer the flash duration the more of it you see in the shot. I don't know about Canon but Nikon's shutter curtain speed is constant, so while your your exposure time gets shorter when you increase the shutter speed, the time from the start of the exposure until the end of the exposure is pretty much the same between 1/1000 and 1/8000 if that makes sense. And as soon as the duration is quicker than that you won't see the flash in part of the frame. I wish I had some slightly more complex testing equipment...
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 wow this one is damn good! i have to get into high speed syncing... Smile props!
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 Sick shot and props on the lighting Wink
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 thanks!
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 kelly is boss. nice pic ian
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 And I think this can be POD. All of your other photo uploads were great but this one just caught my sight...POD
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 Nice. Whats your flash set up on this one
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 2 x Nikon SB800 and 1 Nikon SB900, all at full zoom, full power on a 4 way flash bracket. Triggered by Pocket Wizard Mini TT1 and MultiMAX combo...
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 need to get my head round high speed sync.. are there any cheaper alternatives other than using PWs that you know of?
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 You can use the high speed fp sync feature on your 7D with dedicated Canon flashes. Range is pretty limited without something like a Pocket Wizard or Radio Popper to turn the infrared signal into a radio signal, and your power output is greatly reduced. But it works great if you're shooting close and wide and you have a TTL cable...
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 Wow............... way cool!
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 Sick. I set it as a wallpaper.
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 so epic!!!
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 nice one ian!
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 Damn! High speed sync is the way forward! Haha
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 Ya no joke. All these high speed sync shots are so crisp. How did we ever manage with 1/250...
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 sick!!!
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 Such a Sick Photo
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 sick photo. POD
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 SICK RIDING. POD!!!
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 INSANE BRO!~
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 POD LOL!
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 POD
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 POD
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 POD! POD!
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 POD!!!!11

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