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      Night Ride on Holzinger Lodge
      Night Ride on Holzinger Lodge

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      berrywise




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      Registered: April 2004
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      What's better than riding Holzinger Lodge? Riding Holzinger Lodge at night? What's even better? When ya connect Sugarloaf trails into it as well ;o)
      Date: Fri July 2, 2004 Views: 4,963
      Filesize: 16.0kb, 38.7kb Dimensions: 648 x 490
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      Rating: ********** 9.67
      Keywords: Holzinger Lodge, Night Ride
      Trail Name: Holzinger Lodge Trails
      Photo By: Scott Haraldson
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  1.   Sat July 3, 2004 4:44pm Rating: 9 
    1. gopherhockey

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      Registered: November 2002
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      This is an excellent picture! How did you do it?

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  1.   Sat July 3, 2004 4:48pm
    1. berrywise

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      Have your camera on a tripod with a long enough exposure to capture the rider coming down the trail (the light trail of his light will then be visible visible). Then when they get to the point where you want the rider to be visible in the shot you use your flash (not necesarrily mounted to your camera) to strobe the rider. A lot of flashes have a test fire button that works to fire a flash when it is not hooked up to the camera.

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  1.   Wed July 7, 2004 1:52am Rating: 10 
    1. halls

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      Great Scott!! What a picture!
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  1.   Mon April 16, 2007 9:53pm Rating: 10 

    1. great work
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