Photo of the Week: PJ Turns

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Matti called me saying he’d found a carpark for us to try and shoot some pictures, so that evening we went and checked it out with the usual thought of we’d get a couple of pics before security asked us to leave. Just as I was setting up my flashes a security woman walks onto the level, she walks over and asks what we were doing, we explained, instead of asking us to leave she said “oh cool” and watched for a while. As the carpark was empty and dark, I wanted to try capture this and also emphasize how flatlanders are elusive mysterious creatures. My set up for this shot was really simple as I could use the markings on the floor to know when Matti was rolling into the right spot, 2x Canon 430EXII on 1/4 power @ 50mm set either side but slightly infront of Matti as to not light his front up too much, I used my 24-105 lens @ 105mm on my Canon 6D. As I remember we only took a couple of shots of this trick before we got this one which was a result.”

Photo of the Week: Adam Lievesley

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Tom Hibbitt, Nottinghamshire, England.

Nikon D7000
exposure – 1/200th
f-stop – f/5
ISO – 650
focal length – -50mm
flashes 2x Youngnuo yn560ii
sandwiched the rider with left slightly in front and left slightly behind.
right flash 1/1
left flash 1/2

Nick Bullen by Greg Moliterno

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Nick Bullen ice – Traverse City, Michigan

Derrick Riggs and Brian Grant by Greg Moliterno

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Derrick Riggs smith Mesa, Arizona
Brian Grant air Guadeloupe, Arizona

Dimitri James by Greg Moliterno

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Dimitri James Nose Press Mesa, Arizona

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Drew Hosselton by Greg Moliterno

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Drew Hosselton curved fence ride Phoenix, Arizona

Josh Betley by Greg Moliterno

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Josh Betley over ice over Phoenix, Arizona