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A cracking shot - version 2 for me; was this taken at Brands on the bend before the long straight beyond the bridge? The depth of field and focus are spot on. Did you allow the bike to move into the frame and allow the shutter speed to freeze the action, or did you pan? I have yet to get one so sharp I have to say; hope to try harder this season! Chris
Great to see you back with your marvellous photos of butterflies. Disappointing for me though, as having the same combination of kit that you took this shot with now means there is no excuse for me not to achieve similar excellence; however, my 100mm lens doesn't have USM so that could be the reason for my failures. Look forward to seeing more. Chris
I spent quite a bit of time looking at this photo and it has my vote. I really like the contrasty style, the clarity and the square composition which all show the effort and concentration of the runner; the black and white make it all the more powerful. Having said that, I wanted to see more of her face. I know much depends on whether you had that opportunity or whether this was your only chance of a shot at the moment you had to take it, but I think it would be even stronger for it. Still a good photo though. Chris
Given all the physical distractions surrounding it, I have never done very well at trying to photograph this cathedral from a distance; I think this is a very good shot. I would only add that just a bit more space at the top to see the very top of the cathedral, at the expense of the foot of the photo, would have topped off (if you'll pardon the expression) your photo.
Great shot and as crisp as you like and I know the bend! Always good to see Guy Martin and his wise choice of visor reveals that 'stare of concentration' - does he ever blink!? I wonder though if a slightly slower shutter speed might have given a hint of speed blur in the tyre even though the action is in the angle of lean and the water from the tyre - a really minor point really as I like the shot.
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