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    Getting good with the camera!!!

    Well not only did I get a new bike today, I went for a ride and took some good pictures!!

    Enjoy!
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    Me going high on a 25 foot trail gap!!
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    cool. are you the guy on the white bike? what bike did you just get?

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    very cool pics...congrats on thew bike
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    I just got a frame and rear wheel... a 2005 bighit with swinger 4way, with singletrack rear wheel, seatpost, seat, headset, and other parts for $550!!

    I was riding the white v10 in the last picture.
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    grest pictures, im feelign the dirtjump spot.
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    awesome pics, congrats on the bike

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    And here are some pics of somebodys brand new 06' Demo 8, with every single piece of race face diablous there is, including the new chainguide!
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    Quote Originally Posted by haromtnbiker
    And here are some pics of somebodys brand new 06' Demo 8, with every single piece of race face diablous there is, including the new chainguide!

    that demo is ludicrist

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    Just wondering if those pics are from North Carolina, my friends and I were out that way in 2002 and rode those trails. Pretty sure those are the same trails well the dj's at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoker247
    Just wondering if those pics are from North Carolina, my friends and I were out that way in 2002 and rode those trails. Pretty sure those are the same trails well the dj's at least.
    Looks like CHHS, now that you mention it.

    Gotta get back that way again soon (I'm in Greensboro).

    Small air pic from those trails (couple years ago, cut me some slack )
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    Quote Originally Posted by haromtnbiker
    And here are some pics of somebodys brand new 06' Demo 8, with every single piece of race face diablous there is, including the new chainguide!
    sweet mother of pearl, thats hawt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyrod74
    Looks like CHHS, now that you mention it.

    Gotta get back that way again soon (I'm in Greensboro).

    Small air pic from those trails (couple years ago, cut me some slack )

    that looks like fun...no slack for you....just smiles
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    Yep, those pictures are from CHHS trails. The first two pictures, those jumps are the small ones!
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    Tighter!

    Photos look good but you should shoot tighter. Yoi've got a lot of extra space around the rider and the jump. It's nice to include some background for reference and scenery. But if the shot is about a jump, show us more rider and less trees.

    What camera are you using? Have you posted a review? We need your reviews: http://www.photographyreview.com/writeareviewcrx.aspx
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    Allright, I will try that next time! I have a Canoon powershot A510!!
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by haromtnbiker
    Allright, I will try that next time! I have a Canoon powershot A510!!
    Shooting too wide like that is a normal mistake. Try to fill the frame with your subject. It will really increase the impact of your photos.

    We just added a pro review of your camera's big brother, the Canon PowerShot A520 >>
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    dude, white demo's are so hawt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John
    Shooting too wide like that is a normal mistake. Try to fill the frame with your subject. It will really increase the impact of your photos.
    On the flip-side, don't shoot so tight that there is no representation of the jump, air, or environment.
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    hey i've seen those before. hahahahahaha, me and my buds live in fair oaks like 2 seconds away from those. we've been meaning to try the "small" jumps on the chhs side of the creek but we haven't quite gotten up to that big yet. very nice pics, i've always wanted to see someone do that creek jump, the only of the north shore i've tried over there so far is the seesaw up off the ground down onto the rock (we fixed the seesaw a few weeks ago) but i really want to try some more of that stufff. i guess now it's time for me to just zip up my mansuit and go for it. thanks for the inspiration man

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    looks like fun, omg that demo is soo nice
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    better color then the nasty brown on the demo 2.

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