Critique Mountain bike. Dust. Sunshine.

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The shot timing and placement is brilliant, the only thing that I could pick up on (and I am in no my qualified just a beginner so feel free to ignore) is that the colours don't really stand out and look a bit faded ? maybe it is tad too bright?
 
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Nicely balanced with the light/contre jour lighting (shooting into the light), but perhaps crop the right hand where that pole is at the bottom....apart from that, great shot.
 
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Great capture, especially in terms of timing.
Was it a single image, or part of a sequence at this point?
Compositionally I like it too. Perhaps the purist may say it needs space to move into, but I love the right hand side, showing where the Cyclist has 'come from'.
A very powerful and dynamic image, well exposed and produced.
 
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Great capture, especially in terms of timing.
Was it a single image, or part of a sequence at this point?
Compositionally I like it too. Perhaps the purist may say it needs space to move into, but I love the right hand side, showing where the Cyclist has 'come from'.
A very powerful and dynamic image, well exposed and produced.
Thank you so much Paul.

It would have been part of a sequence with this one having the best composition and back light with that glorious sun!. Regarding composition I do like to mix it up and sometimes the old "leaving space for subject to move into" thing just needs forgotten!

Seems to work well in some cases like this.
 
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