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Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by 4labs, Apr 29, 2007.
WOW so frigging cool.. can I say that here.
I have always thought that shooting these types of boating would be fantastic, you have captured them as professionally as I have seen
Thnxs Mike . Just watching how you shoot has helped me greatly..I live very close to the Olympic training center so I will be shooting here often.
I echo exactly what Mike said above, these are just plain excellant.
Great job Eric! As a kayaker myself I am now quite anxious to get out and ride some rapids too but the weather has been total crap here lately and the water is still very cold.
I should get out next weekend I think, but in advance of that I might go down and shoot some of the other locals now that you've inspired me!
Thnxs so much Frank
I apreciate it Ray. I think I might have to take up this sport..
Eric, these are the best sports shots I have seen you post. Excellent.
I took a Kayaking class at CPCC a few years ago...its fun. This facility is very cool and I wouldnt hesitiate to try kayaking again.
Thnxs Josh. I think I will take a lesson and see how I like it..
Excellent shots Eric
These are all wonderful, Eric. You've captured the mood of the race - speed, endurance and LOTS of water! Thankfully this isn't my style of paddling. :biggrin:
awesome stuff eric
i considered going and now i wish i had
what lens ?
Thnxs Randy my niece kayaks or i wouldn't even haev known about this event. I used the 400 and the 24-70 but mostly the 400. The 300 would have been perfect as well
These are fantastic. I can almost feel the spray!! Nice capture on these action shots. Taken with the S5?:wink:
I met the head coach of the women's olympic kayak team while skiing in Vail a few months ago. Nice guy!
Thnxs Mitchell, I am sure he was there yesterday
Eric, I thoroughly enjoyed these and your other set from this event. Great job. I especially like #'s 1, 5, and 7.