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jeffgothro said:
nothing I couldnt snap if I had a 3000.00$ camera.
That is what I hear.

Too bad you can't see all the lighting set up that cost even more. And the even more valuable knowledge of how to set it up and use it.

I could make Intel-like processors if I had a few dollars....everything is easy in concept.

But the most valuable part is the knowledge, creativity and execution.
 

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jeffgothro said:
There cool pics, nothing I couldnt snap if I had a 3000.00$ camera.
Um...no. I've seen plenty of bad shots that a $3000 camera won't fix. If you don't have a good eye, you won't take good pictures. Of course, I'm not talking about you personally.

Likewise, I've taken some good pictures with my really cheap Nikon that I bought back in 2004-2005. Heck, I don't think today's cheapest digitals are that bad. Sure, picture quality could definitely improve, but the shots are good. I'm upgrading pretty soon.
 

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Di_bear said:
Um...no. I've seen plenty of bad shots that a $3000 camera won't fix. If you don't have a good eye, you won't take good pictures. Of course, I'm not talking about you personally.

Likewise, I've taken some good pictures with my really cheap Nikon that I bought back in 2004-2005. Heck, I don't think today's cheapest digitals are that bad. Sure, picture quality could definitely improve, but the shots are good. I'm upgrading pretty soon.
Well, I am fairly good with photoshop. :thumbsup:
 

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Yeah, I am very impressed with those photos. I wish I could learn to take pictures like that but I don't have the time to learn photography. My brother seems to be getting into photography now that he has a 9-5 office gig. I will just have him take all the pictures :D
 

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I like those photos but frankly am getting tired of seeing bikes in the air doing tricks. It is easy to create dramatic shots when your subjects are dramatic. I would like to see some other aspects of mountain biking from time to time, not everyone is a huckmeister which is why mtbr passion posts are nice, great pictures of people enjoying mountain biking, nothing more nothing less.
 

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rockcrusher said:
I like those photos but frankly am getting tired of seeing bikes in the air doing tricks. It is easy to create dramatic shots when your subjects are dramatic. I would like to see some other aspects of mountain biking from time to time, not everyone is a huckmeister which is why mtbr passion posts are nice, great pictures of people enjoying mountain biking, nothing more nothing less.
How about this?



 
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