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Submitted on January 18, 2011

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Jānis Lanka

What kind of lens did you use for this?

Posted 9 years ago   

Nunzio La Rocca  


tokina 10 - 17 fisheye

Posted 9 years ago   

Peter Prazenka

This shot have a big opportunity. If you will go much closer, you will not loose anything from background but you will fill the foreground with the skater. Now you need to try find what exactly it is in the picture. Use the advance of your lens and area and riders and make some stunning picture.

Posted 9 years ago   

Raymond Wong

It that a person holding the flash beside the rider? The shot has potential. A closer shot of the rider with fill flash would give you stunning images.

Posted 9 years ago   

Nunzio La Rocca  

I couldn't get closer cause i wanted too keep the end of the bank in the pic, I like to show the whole trick, where it started and where its gonna end.
Anyway the guy is just helping the rider to keep himself in balance on the rail :)

Here is a bigger size of the shot

Posted 9 years ago   

1/250 sec.


ISO: 160

Focal Length

10 mm

Exposure Bias



Canon EOS 40D

Lights Used

Regular Flash
Natural Light



Additional Notes

canon 540ez 1/8 power
flash off camera

Paolo Giannattasio - Drop

Salerno, Italy

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