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+1 @ Travis
Foreshortening is a powerful technique to capture your viewers attention and help to draw their eye where you want them to go. BUT, it can be just as powerful at drawing their eye away from where you want them to go.
As presented, the mass of the concrete, the tonal value of the starburst and the subsequent curvature of the concrete (left) ... all three pull us pretty hard to the left side of the image ... which keeps pulling us away from your snowboarder, rather than pushing us toward him.
That being said, the power of the peak action is pretty strong because, it manages to pull us that way a smidgeon still. The key here, will be to rebalance the relationship of the power each of those areas presents at pulling the viewer's eye to where you want the viewer to go.
Possible crop consideration.
Additional PP @ distortion tweak, 5% scale bump to snowboarder, selective sharpening and selective levels to move eye away from concrete.
Pretty much a different image from the fisheye vibe, which has a different kind of cool factor. Just using this to illustrate the diff. How/where you want to take the image is up to you, just be aware of how you are pushing/pulling your viewer. It's all fair game, its up to you to take us wherever you want us to go ... i.e. do you want us to look more/less at the concrete/rock or the snowboarder ... your call either way.
BTW ... depending on your audience, they may go nuts over the cool fisheye concrete vibe, while a more traditional audience (i.e. me) might see it as a distraction from the snowboarder. Know your message/intent for the image, know your audience and work to make the two connect.
Looks like some fun shooting.