awww ! ok first, I like the captures of action you took. I like them all in the composition, except of the last one (falling, on the right hand side) that I wouldn't have added. But that's only my perception. Otherwise, I like also the spacing between each captures . Great work
now, about him ... !!! hope he,s not taking too much risks :/
I did gymnastic...I think he should keep his knees in his hand since almost the beginning of his backflip (just between the 1st & 2nd pose).It would get faster, but more time to get on his feet. Oh well... just saying this because it scared me that way. sorry and for my bad english (limited)
Well, from doing a backflip at that hight, and grabbing you're knees would cause you to over rotate thus landing on your head or something else. Having you're legs free also helps with controlling the rotations, if you're spinning too fast you let them out, too slow and you pull them in. The time when you really want to grab you're knees is when one is doing a standing backflip.
This looks great. It would even be cool to have the hard edges of rectangular different shots put together simply into one (without the clean stitching or copy and pasting of the figures?) - even with the different lighting... do you get what I mean?