From the Weekend: Idaho Motocross Photos

July 13th, 2010

These photos are of friend Cody Stanton on a track in Idaho. Prior to shooting these and as much as I hate to admit it, I hadn’t been out with my camera shooting for nearly a month. I guess that’s what happens when you get stuck working on the computer. These were all taken on my Canon 1D Mark II with the 70-200mm L and 17-40mm L lenses.

When sifting through the 900 or so images I shot, I couldn’t bring myself to edit them heavily. I was really just feeling the raw power and how it was more engaging than some over processed business such as the over used and abused Dave Hill style. It felt good to get out and shoot more and it’s about that time of year when I should get my photo portfolio online and do some more shooting like in the Helly Hansen Annual.

Posted by on 07/13/10 in Photography

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  1. Jesse says:

    Great shots, so clear! Pic 3 looks like it was an intense second, great shot.

  2. NAVIS says:

    Agreed. 3rd shot is slick.

  3. Shelby White says:

    Tim (NAVIS), glad you tuned in for this post.

    Your style vs. my style of photography are quite different so I’d be quite interested in seeing how you would go about shooting motorcycles or action for that matter?

    It may have been nice to have more light on the rider (track not in the trees).

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  5. Doug Sheets says:

    Great shots, super clear. 3rd & 4th are the best I think.

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