a few new pics



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Portable Splat Graphics (NOSPAM) wrote:
> hey there JD. Awesome pics :). I have to ask, what are we looking at in
> DSCN0205 copy.jpg?



Pompeii, a very long time ago...or a forest fire in Mexico.

JD
 
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CP_1 wrote:
> However, the concept of posting your RR's in the correct forum of that
> MESSAGE BOARD owns you.



Everyone can tell that **** Cheney physically talks out of the side of
his mouth. You do the same for posting on the internet,
congratulations!

JD
 
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JD wrote:
> GeeDubb wrote:
>
>>Some incredible riding by others, not the photographer.......though I tried!
>>
>>Gary (crash) Williams

>
>
>
> Don't kid yourself, you did really well. Besides, you took the pic of
> the trip, unless Kevin found some sunlight and a fantastic shot to go
> with it:
>
> http://www.pchospital.net/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=2949&g2_serialNumber
>
> That freak can ride up just about anything.
>


That one's cool but this one is great:

http://www.pchospital.net/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.ShowItem&g2_itemId=2969

It conveys lots of action, Kevin may be over acting a little bit if it's
not too steep, but it really shows concentration.

Greg
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G.T. wrote:
> JD wrote:
> > GeeDubb wrote:
> >
> >>Some incredible riding by others, not the photographer.......though I tried!
> >>
> >>Gary (crash) Williams

> >
> >
> >
> > Don't kid yourself, you did really well. Besides, you took the pic of
> > the trip, unless Kevin found some sunlight and a fantastic shot to go
> > with it:
> >
> > http://www.pchospital.net/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=2949&g2_serialNumber
> >
> > That freak can ride up just about anything.
> >

>
> That one's cool but this one is great:
>
> http://www.pchospital.net/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.ShowItem&g2_itemId=2969
>
> It conveys lots of action, Kevin may be over acting a little bit if it's
> not too steep, but it really shows concentration.



No over-acting there, it was steep, really narrow and I think the third
move in a series of four. That was the one place in the main descent
that I had to do over. He was coming out of a left-hander and setting
up for probably the tightest switchback on the trail (a right-hander of
course). We both had to take two stabs at it to ride it clean. The
great thing about this particular trail is the amount of different
difficult sequences of consecutive moves.

JD
 
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"JD" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>
> G.T. wrote:
> >
> >
> >

http://www.pchospital.net/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.ShowItem&g2_itemId=
2969
> >
> > It conveys lots of action, Kevin may be over acting a little bit if it's
> > not too steep, but it really shows concentration.

>
>
> No over-acting there, it was steep, really narrow and I think the third
> move in a series of four. That was the one place in the main descent
> that I had to do over. He was coming out of a left-hander and setting
> up for probably the tightest switchback on the trail (a right-hander of
> course). We both had to take two stabs at it to ride it clean. The
> great thing about this particular trail is the amount of different
> difficult sequences of consecutive moves.
>


I definitely like that shot the best of all of them. The only thing that
could have been better on it is if Gary could have been at a higher vantage
point but with keeping a good view of Kevin's face.

Greg
 
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G.T. wrote:
> "JD" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> >
> > G.T. wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >

> http://www.pchospital.net/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.ShowItem&g2_itemId=
> 2969
> > >
> > > It conveys lots of action, Kevin may be over acting a little bit if it's
> > > not too steep, but it really shows concentration.

> >
> >
> > No over-acting there, it was steep, really narrow and I think the third
> > move in a series of four. That was the one place in the main descent
> > that I had to do over. He was coming out of a left-hander and setting
> > up for probably the tightest switchback on the trail (a right-hander of
> > course). We both had to take two stabs at it to ride it clean. The
> > great thing about this particular trail is the amount of different
> > difficult sequences of consecutive moves.
> >

>
> I definitely like that shot the best of all of them. The only thing that
> could have been better on it is if Gary could have been at a higher vantage
> point but with keeping a good view of Kevin's face.
>
> Greg



It was really tough to find good angles in there because it is
basically a jumble of boulders with nasty flora that will tear you up
in-between. I'm thinking maybe a little fill-flash would have done the
trick there. We has such crappy light to work with almost all weekend,
from both the high clouds and hazy conditions. Stellar for riding, but
not so great for photography.

JD
 
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"JD" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>
> G.T. wrote:
> >
> >
> > I definitely like that shot the best of all of them. The only thing

that
> > could have been better on it is if Gary could have been at a higher

vantage
> > point but with keeping a good view of Kevin's face.
> >
> > Greg

>
>
> It was really tough to find good angles in there because it is
> basically a jumble of boulders with nasty flora that will tear you up
> in-between.


Yep, figured as much.

> I'm thinking maybe a little fill-flash would have done the
> trick there.


Definitely, but a little Photoshop Shadows/Highlights adjustment could bring
out Kevin's face and the shadows on his legs and stuff.

> We has such crappy light to work with almost all weekend,
> from both the high clouds and hazy conditions. Stellar for riding, but
> not so great for photography.
>


Yep, nice blownout gray sky.

Greg