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    Moderator of Critiques/Hearder of Cats mtbbrian's Avatar
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    Here's one from me!

    From a dirt jumping session..
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    That's a sweet one, Brian. It looks like California, not Utah. Where did you shoot that? I would crop off some of that shadow area to the left, and a little of the bottom, though. I think it would make the composition better.

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    SLC, Baby!

    It is in SLC, in an area we refer to as "I Street".
    You ever get up this way, I'll take you there.
    I'll look at it again with your suggestions.
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    Signature Testing!

    How's this? We got a link?
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    And again

    Check this shnizzle out.
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    Hope this works...

    I just cut and pasted my signature line from mtbr to here...
    Hope it works..
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    Sweet picture brian, thats definately a keeper.

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    Sharpening

    It looks like a pretty good shot, but I think it may have been a little over-sharpened a bit. Also, less depth of field would have been nice, perhaps shot with longer glass. The background is a bit too prominent.

    Good action... I like the foreground being present in the shot. It gives perspective as to how high the biker got.

    Tom

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