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#2 and #3 show the best...mostly because of the projected energy. Very good captures.

 

The first one is one of those in-between shots; too underexposed to be viewed in the same way as #2 and too over exposed to be a silhouette which would have been a nice option.

 

...2 cents worth. :)

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Out of the 3 I prefer the 3rd shot, actually I really like it with the frozen motion and the guys looking on, but I'd crop out the boys head at the bottom of the frame and then I'd rate it 20.

 

Have you experimented with slower shutter speeds so that the subject shows some actual movement i.e. blur? That can be very effective IMO. Of course you could add it in PS but that would be cheating wouldn't it! :)

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