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Old Nov 29, 2005, 7:38 PM   #1
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Cyclecross race taken in November, let me know what you think.
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Not too shabby.

I'd suggest shooting a little wider so you can pick your final crop later.

Looks like you used some fill flash which is good.

What camera were you using?

What settings? ISO? Shutter Speed? Aperture? Lens?

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Thanks alot! I was using my Canon S1, which worked pretty well besides the screen freezing between shots. Because I use the S1 I/m still a fan of the close up shot and not to much croping.

info: Shutter speed; 1/250-1/400, Aperture; 2.8, 3.2, ISO was 100 (I think)?


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My mom would sure enjoy these, they really capture the intensity and rush of the sport.

If I could give you any suggestions I would advise shooting a little wider as to not cut off critical parts of the picture (such as the bike, their feet, etc)

I think you've done really well with these angles, the photos are all really interesting.
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