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Flash Rebel Hockey Stick Colours:
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Flash Rebel Hockey Stick Specifications

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Design Spray Painted Finish
Grip Anti Vibration Grip, Hi-Soft P.U. Imported Grip
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Length 37 inch
Weight 400 g
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Ideal For Senior
Type Hockey Stick
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Sales Package Single Stick

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You bet there is a perfect hockey photo; it can be seen hanging in many sports bars and hockey fans homes. It features one Mr. Robert Gordon Orr after scoring "The Goal" in the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals to win the Cup. It's raised more money for charity than any other sports photo. I just watched an English guy's video on taking hockey photos and they were kinda grainy and not as sharp...he is English talking about hockey... We agree on Syndy Criesby..... I have to take some sports action shots for a class I am taking so I will try your suggestions this upcoming week on the night my beer hockey league plays....before beer time of course.
Ayyy that’s faceoff circle
I think his skates need to be sharpened.
This must be when they were practicing, where are all the other players?
why would this hockey player want to buy this photo? This could be anybody in this costume. Good photo but why would someone buy this?
I have learned so much from you. This whole video makes sense. Awesome!
Hey Fro... Have you ever seen the Flyers win the Cup? Me neither! :)

Thanks for posting these videos dude. I am new to photography and using a D3200. I post car pics daily on Instagram and your tutorials have really helped me up my game.
Jared, may I ask how come you're shooting at 5000 ISO but there seem to be no noise in the image? Please respond to me. I'm shooting with the Sony Nex7 and the noise in the image become very obvious and disturbing start from the standard range of ISO 1600. Your image of the hockey player on the other hand, looks sharp and noiseless! How do you achieve that? Btw, your videos are great! Lovin' them as they are very helpful to me. Keep up with the good work!
i got some way better images using raw.Whats jpeg 1 and 2 mean?
nice shot
Right knee looks blown
Lol my 7D has terrible iso performance. I have to keep it below 1000 iso
Hey Fro, instead of having to say "in my opinion" after everything you say, have a disclaimer in the beginning of your video saying these are your personal opinion and not a fact, that might save you a lot of "in my opinion" like many TV shows do.
You know Crosby's the best.
2:35.... LOL! 
Why shoot in both RAW/JPG at the same time?
Thank you for this training video, it validates what I did the other day with my camera. You are great at teaching photography! Easy to understand.
I've found setting 2-1/3 to 2-2/3 exposure compensation and using Evaluative/Matrix metering off the ice (fill entire frame with ice) gives me a pretty good overall exposure setting... from that point you look at the histogram and adjust a bit.... typically, in good non-pro arenas, 1/800, [email protected] I find stopping down a bit from wide open 2.8 gives me a bit more depth when shooting action at the net.
Where does one get a onewheel
Wrender
5:38 "Look at c-mike riding the one wheel like a pro" - Wren
The english captions apparently arent auto generated but you can very clearly tell they are. Disliked 4 lazyness and also the dumb attention grabbing edits and clickbaity thumbnail
Very entertaining guys! Keep having fun can’t wait for the next one.
Could you yell any louder during the intro?
Does anyone know why Clint is always wearing something for his wrist?
Warning: no robot was injured during this video
ya know i saw this video a while ago and had no idea this was u guys and obviously it was fake but u couldnt even fuckin tell
yeah very easy...
Do you guys think you could make a short clip of the professor Hulk being revealed by coming out of the Hulk buster? I can't believe they took this out of the movie: https://youtu.be/VkbcOHh6UcA
Would it not be a more effective method to: dry run the scene and then time-mark it add green-screen like floor marks Then film live-action with automated with repeatability "gun" flash- this is a simple timer based mechanism automated with repeatability camera motions- having computer controlled panning, tracking, zooming, tilting- I'm sure it could be easily done with Legos Result- live-action clean frame that can be time-referenced and so THEN: film either live-action with actors with with/without green-screen background. Is there an advantage/disadvantage to live-action filming with green screen background in such instance? Would it be more believable if it was executed at 48 frames per second? I believe having a live-action clean-frame would remove a lot of the nuisance work of object removal, reconciliation of lighting effects and object occlusion issues.
Would it not be a more effective method to: dry run the scene and then time-mark it add green-screen like floor marks Then film live-action with automated with repeatability "gun" flash- this is a simple timer based mechanism automated with repeatability camera motions- having computer controlled panning, tracking, zooming, tilting- I'm sure it could be easily done with Legos Result- live-action clean frame that can be time-referenced and so THEN: film either live-action with actors with with/without green-screen background. Is there an advantage/disadvantage to live-action filming with green screen background in such instance? Would it be more believable if it was executed at 48 frames per second? I believe having a live-action clean-frame would remove a lot of the nuisance work of object removal, reconciliation of lighting effects and object occlusion issues.
Would it not be a more effective method to: dry run the scene and then time-mark it add green-screen like floor marks Then film live-action with automated with repeatability "gun" flash- this is a simple timer based mechanism automated with repeatability camera motions- having computer controlled panning, tracking, zooming, tilting- I'm sure it could be easily done with Legos Result- live-action clean frame that can be time-referenced and so THEN: film either live-action with actors with with/without green-screen background. Is there an advantage/disadvantage to live-action filming with green screen background in such instance? Would it be more believable if it was executed at 48 frames per second? I believe having a live-action clean-frame would remove a lot of the nuisance work of object removal, reconciliation of lighting effects and object occlusion issues.
And there is your spacial exploration! Hahahahaha
I can't even imagine how many details you need to take into account to create such realistic video. Watching your first video I realised that it's a fake only when the robot started to resist. Great job!
This looked stupidly good
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oh i thought this was real welp
You guys deserve an award for the hard work.