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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 25 - 2019
Easy Ways for Better Cycling Photos - fixed gear skid

Easy Ways for Better Cycling Photos - fixed gear skid

So you wanna be a cycling photographer? Sure, it looks like a cool job (it is!), but if you think the magazine editors will line up to buy your poorly cropped, badly lit, blurry shots of the back end of the pack… think again. If you’re standing along the route of a bicycle race and want to get that great shot, here are some handy tips for you. Read the rest of this entry »

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