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Feb 16, 2018 at 17:44
Feb 16, 2018
The 2017 Photo of the Year Winner is…
Dave, thank you! Nothing but respect for you and the rest of the photographers in this contest. So many great photos in the mix. Super inspiring!
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robb pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 28, 2017 at 12:25
Nov 28, 2017
How To Make Your Friends Look Fast(er) In Photos
@dtax: I appreciate that. It's definitely not for everyone, but for some it's endless fun. I have buddies who hate stopping for pictures and I definitely don't bring my camera on the days I ride with them. For the record though I also have a full time job, wife and 3 kids haha. My point is some people care enough to make it happen, some don't. I don't usually waste much time commenting either but photos are my passion so I'm making an exception.
robb pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 28, 2017 at 11:41
Nov 28, 2017
How To Make Your Friends Look Fast(er) In Photos
@ThomDawson: my first comment was directed at dtax. I think the point of the video is to get out and have fun shooting with your buddies. You don't have to shoot with pro riders to get good results. It obviously helps but a bit of hard work (for lots of people taking pictures it's considered fun) can provide some great results. Seasoning a corner and constructively analyzing how you can ride and shoot a corner better will make the people on both sides of the lens better at what they are doing. Shooting with my non-pro buddies is how I learned and developed my skill as a photographer. It was fun for me and it was fun for (most) of them haha. And I know for a fact it made a few of them better riders once they became more aware of their body positioning especially while cornering. And after all who doesn't want to "look rad" now and again at what they love to do? But if you don't that's cool too, just go ride your bike. But then if that's the case why waste time commenting on an article about taking photos?
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