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Discussion in 'Photos' started by fish, Feb 7, 2004.
Now thats a water cooled bike if I ever saw one
I agree, looks like vomit-vision on my color calibrated monitor.
Often I think people play with their sliders without realizing that maybe their display is under-saturated or low contrast. Or perhaps the poster just likes the look, though I wouldn't have mentioned anything it could be they don't know it looks way over-saturated to others.
No way, it looks fabulous the way it is!
my boss refers to that overly saturated look as 'angry fruit salad' :)
what Perry State Forest wants to be when it grows up
Bluenoser in the Spanish pyrenees ...
More pictures, less coments please!
okay, I'll go..
self portrait from my last ride
friend Tom on the same trail
thats not a trail....hell, thats barely a ledge :eek1
you got more balls than I...props
Nice picture and that is crazy but not as crazy as it appears
Level the camera and it won't be as steep
ride it and tell me that afterwards
INSANE!!! That camera looks pretty level. WOW!!!
I think it depends on your perspective.
This is a motorcycle forum,,, and MY view is that the pic represents a dream ride for many. Awesome scenery with a well-packed bike representing a journey vs. a day ride.
On a photography forum,,, your points have some validity.
I think it all depends which 'eye' you're viewing the photo with.
I'm jealous from both sides,,,, wish I could be on that ride,,, and take a photo that nice to remember it by.
if you look at the photos in the current front page rotation, they mostly satisfy BOTH criteria. There are a whole lot of very talented photographers on this forum who travel by motorcycle...
We agree on one thing at least,,, there are a lot of talented photogs who travel on bikes.
And to many of the folks on here,,, the discussed photo satisfies BOTH criteria also. And the one in question deserves to be there also.
Since this thread is about photos,,, this will be my last post concerning the photo in question.
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