I like some of them, definitely some cool photos, I think some of the Nine Knights photos were my favorite.
I think you've let sequencing an image replace good composition and exposure in some of your photos. In other words, a sequence doesn't make a good photo on its own, it still needs to be shot well.
The last freestyle.ch images are a prime example of that IMO.
like this one
this one is underexposed by about a stop, and the angle just flat out doesn't work, poor fg, busy bg, etc.
The tendency to underexpose is something caused in part by the 7d i think. I had a similar issue when I shot on my t2i. The crop sensor, viewfinder and lcd don't give you a great picture of what you're actually shooting. Definitely look to histograms and post processing to help that out.
I get that you like sequences, and that it's kind of your "thing" but don't let that limit you. Keep experimenting, pushing and redefining your personal style. Looking to others and taking in all the information and critiques you can. I've personally learned a lot from going on the fred miranda forums and looking at a lot of other photographers work. While FM is a much more "traditional" sports based community, the same "rules" and lessons can be used and applied to whatever you shoot.
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