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Fogey 3 96 13 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2013 9:51AM
Having taken a number of shots like this myself, I know how difficult it must have been to get a shot like this. After all, the riders haven't got a label on their backs saying, 'I jump high'.

So well done on that.

I notice from the exif data, you had the camera set to 1/1600th of a second. Consider dropping that, next time you are out, to 1/500th of a second. You'll get a very pleasing blur to the edge of the tyres, giving a sense of movement.

There are some examples of what I mean on my portfolio.

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8 Jun 2013 10:05AM
Great timing on this high jumping off roader

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