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    My new photography/mtb website

    I just launched my new website. Check it out here: http://www.jadynwelchphotography.com
    Feedback always welcome!

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    You got some cool photos there...
    I'm on the Twitter.

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    #12 in peoples section......KICK HIS ARSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Yeah!!!
    You got some real talent there my friend Very Nice work.
    Am sure you will go far with it. Just beautiful.

    Booner

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    lol nice.. flash layers. woot, watch out for non technical ppl, make it accesible for non flash dudes. not talking about me but about dudes who can hardly point a mouse cursor.
    Haha, I was wondering when he was gonna hit the brakes :D

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    BEAUTIFUL PICTURES.

    Nice website too..

    I am currently in the progress of constructing a similar website... downhillmafia.com

    Much props to representing the sport the way it was meant to be...!
    i want to post more but i can't stop riding!

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    pretty fine stuuff...................
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    wow those are great photos, u go t any advice ? speed of film u like? flash no flah? shutter speeds u favor, apertaures u favor?im always looking to find more info about camera techniques to apply in my own
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Hey guys, thanks for all the feedback. To answer your questions austin, film speeds, apertures, flash use, and shutter speeds vary greatly though the photos. A couple have a remote flash as well as an on-camera flash. Most of the mountain bike photos are just natural light though, so I use pretty quick shutter speeds on those to freeze the action. It's all about trial and error, see what works and what doesn't. Good luck with your shooting!

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