Hey all, I am an amateur rock climbing and photographer. I went climbing with my friends out at Smith Rock and took this photo during sun rise. I feel like its my best photo yet, but I'd love to hear what everyone else thinks.
Out for a ride, the waves carry on
Many days spent basking in the rays
All for the fun
Cocoa Beach is a paradise for many
First post to a group, open to CC. If you are familiar with Mpls you have probably seen the Cherry and Spoon statue at the Walker Sculpture Garden, this is a nod to that iconic MPLS landmark. These were taken at the MPLS Aquatennial skate contest hosted by Familia Skate shop/park.
I've got a write up and photo gallery on Our Bmx covering a local bmx event that happened recently. Theres a lot of expired film, a couple photos from my friend Matt V. And a video filmed and put together by my friend Kyle Dolan.
I'm new to the group and I'm looking for some specific feed regarding these images.
Do you think they work even though you can't see the faces of the climber?
Grateful for any thoughts.
This is my second season of shooting Motocross and Supercross in Wichita KS and I'm hooked! I've also been working on playing around more with composites and actions in photoshop. Last year I made trading cards and parents/riders loved them and I sold quite a few. This has been fun. Glad to be part of this group! I'm currently shooting with 2...
So I'm new to action sports from a photography point of view. I would love some feedback on these.
Posting an example of what I don’t want. I know the flash is supposed to “freeze” the subject in frame to eliminate motion blur. This photo was taken with a tokina 11-16mm at 1/250th and a cheap speedlite attached to the hot shoe. I’m not happy with the motion blur on the subject. Everything else I’m happy with. Let’s discuss!
Hello, my name is Thomas Vasas. I took this photo several years ago, I need some input on this photo. I would like some comments about it.
Shot this using a 150-600 sigma contemporary in the Karoo in South Africa during sunset. What do you think? At first I wasnt sure on my edit but my opinion has changed now I have had come back to it after some time
I'm new to the Fstopper's community. Wondering how many bmx folks are on here.
The photo is FBM welder John Corts up at Breaking free Skatepark in Rochester, NY
I am always looking for natural curves when shooting fish eye. This is one instance where it worked out well to frame the rider in the frame, thoughts?
This was my first time setting up some rigging to take rock climbing photos from on the wall. I would love to hear what everyone thinks about the composition and overall image.
Hey all, please give me your two cents about Signature Logos. Example in my photo. Also, here is a shot made on Canon 5D Mark IV with the monster 300mm in Scottsdale AZ with no ND filter... I know... don't hate on me. lol
A couple of recent shots from some splitboarding missions over the last couple weeks. First one was riding down a bulletproof gully and the second one was a wide open corn field. Different takes on the same subjects.
I was shooting three days in July 2018 event called Sappee Bike Fest. Here are some photos of downhill, chainless and enduro races.
Fast paced outdoors sports are my favorite thing to shoot and these definetely qualify in to that category.
I do often go for tight shots but I try to remember to take some wider shots as well even...
Was hired to document a cycling lap of 300km near South Padre Island, Texas. Everything went great I got on the back of a pick up truck and shot for about two hours. Around the 230km mark weather suddenly changed and the sky turned from beautiful puffy clouds to gray menacing clouds. Rain wasn't even forecasted, so I wasn’t prepared for any...
I wanted to use this elevator for an action photo, in particular, a snowmobile shot. I couldn't figure out how to make it work, so I settled on a snowboard shot with my cousin, Tyson. I love how the setting sun threw his shadow onto the grain elevator.