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    singlesprocket
    Participant

    Had an awesome ride in puslinch with Marc leading the way.  So many possibilities of route combinations with this trail system, it is best to ride with someone who knows the area really well.  Even though it rained a lot the day before the trail was in fine shape.  The ride was a good leg and upper body work out with all the turns and short punchy hills.  I would like to thank Marc for showing me the trails.

    #795076

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Super fun flowy ride this morning.  Thanks for coming out with me and checking out these trails.

    Now up at Blue for some activity shoots in the AM but was smiling the whole way up here. If the stars align, might get out to Cheasbecks to shoot a late afternoon jump session.

    You rode awesome today @singlesprocket  So much fun!

    #795078

    singlesprocket
    Participant

    thanks marc, now if i can only survive crossfit tonight.

     

    #795079

    iBeRash
    Participant

    I was actually thinking about checking out these trails this Saturday. Thanks for posting up about it!

    #795083

    singlesprocket
    Participant

    you will like it iBeRash, it’s not gnar ride but it has length a a few tech bits.  it’s a great training loop.

    #795123

    singlesprocket
    Participant

    pic from ride…

    #795124

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Thanks for the pic!  Played with it a bit and found myself 🙂  Hope you don’t mind @singlesprocket

    FYI:  The trick to avoid this is to half press the shutter while having the viewfinder fill the frame in the part you wish to expose.  In this instance, just ahead of where I am.  This locks focus and exposure to the area you are interested in.  While holding the shutter half depressed, you would then recompose for the shot you want, wait for me to roll though and fire. What it did here was try to correctly expose the sky which is why the foreground is black. The camera meter looked at the whole frame and chose an exposure to average the scene to 18% grey.  Flash also fixes this but think, for most, the first way is the simplest option.

    We can do play around on the next ride.


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