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    Ten Steps to Better Mountain Bike Photos

    My friend Dan Barham, the well-dressed professional mountain bike photographer, is running a series of posts for us aspiring shooters out there. So far the first three are posted, check them out:

    Ten Steps | Dan Barham Photography
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    cool. thanks for posting the links.

    is there a typo in this bit at the bottom of the pages?

    '3 days of intense tuition, discussion, riding and awesome shooting possibilities in one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever taken a mountain bike. There’s only a few places left, so if you’re interested now’s the time to book."

    what is 'intense tuition'? sounds expensive...

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    Dan's an Englishman, I think they use the word a little differently then we do.

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    subscribed!

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    He's up to number eight now. I edited the link in the first post so you can find them all.

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    Awesome tips!

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    These are great tips.

    Nikon also has some sports photography tips here: Sports Photography | Action Photography Tips From Nikon

    I'm going to photograph a mtb race on Sunday so I think I'll cram. Even though I know the course very well because I ride it, I'm going to try to get out and scout from a photography perspective before the race.

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    The articles are kind of geared towards abstract/advanced/bull***. I think looking in the action part of photography forums give much better practical information.

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