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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
Gota on the way to Cameron Corner
Gota at the Big Bogan
Gota, she's in there some where
And this one has been riding for almost 50 years! Maybe a bit longer.
Maybe she is trying to tell you something ! Like spending to much time on ADV !
Then obviously she's doing EVERYTHING exactly right! My compliments on a life obviously well-lived...Happy New Year!!
Thanks! Happy New Year to you as well. She is definitely a keeper and amazing. Loves shooting sports, fishing, and motorcycles. What's not great about that!! Am a lucky man.
That's Charlize Theron!!!!
Here are some more of my wife on the Versys. She can also be seen on page 217 with our C-14. Love that she likes to ride and looks good while doing it.. IMHO
1,2,&5 look the best
Wifey casually leaning on the wall by her TDM waiting for the Santander ferry.
wifey on her TDM
The GF looking good, leaning against my K1200RS. From a couple years back.
should get her outa the dark
Yea, obviously photography is not my thing.
LOL .. It is a fine photo.. the trick is in the edit, and even that is automatic these days. (edit> Adjust>auto> save)
That's a good picture of Miss C!
being that the bikes are in hibernation for the winter, do sled pics count ?
Actually, it's a very nice photo. Unfortunately Photobucket makes a mess out of many photos due to resizing and their compression process. iPhone photos can be very dynamic, but figuring out where to focus and give the iPhone a chance to do its color balance and exposure when set on the "auto" setting is always hit or miss.
Here are some of the things you did right - the tree is not growing out of her head (you'd be surprised how many times that happens); the shot is well composed - not a lot of wasted space with sky, but the forest background gives the viewer the perspective of depth and the vastness of the area (there is also some atmospheric perspective going on there); Your wife is not centered, but offset (rule of thirds), and both the bike and she are in the lower third (this adds "movement" to the photo rather than everything being static by being centered). Both the placement of the bike (heading toward the left of the photo) and the shadow coming down from the upper right present leading lines out of the photo suggesting more is out there to be found and (seeing that this is a motorcycle forum) and explored; the horizon is pretty level and not smack dab in the center of the photo (look at the ground).
Yeah, you could have gotten in all of the rear tire, and maybe all of the tree, but overall, a pretty good photo.