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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, May 10, 2012.
Nice ones, Swashbuckler!
Sometimes, it's fun to go crazy...
Sorry to acid rain on your parade, bro. Rising sea levels have been an issue for years now.
Back on topic: I need a new bike and a new locale in which to take pics. The 'boneyard' at Malta Cycle apparently didn't impress anybody.
My 05 DL650 take at my house.
This is what happens when a 70s Honda 350, gets together with a Chinese 150cc scooter
Nice tractor seat luckychucky.
Thanks my buddy took my scooter and converted to his 70s Honda 350.
Just because nobody commented doesn't mean they weren't appreciated.
I love this style of photo, I've been following this thread for months now. I wish I had the talent, money, patience for great photos like the ones in this thread.
Thanks for the kind words. That said, I'm using nothing more than an iPhone and two different HDR apps (a total of ~$4) and all processing is done in the apps themselves. So, if you've got an iPhone, Pro HDR (which I prefer for natural shots) and TrueHDR (nice for a bit of exaggerated processing). The only thing that I've really found to be required to get acceptable shots out of the iPhone was the addition of a tripod to ensure I don't have alignment issues.
Go at it and have fun!
Here's a Honda Magna I found on a side street in Minato-ku in Tokyo. I liked the lighting.
I am low tech. No smart phone, only a flip phone from about 5 years ago and a $35 plan to go with it. :eek1 I do have a digital camera but... I don't take the time at this point in my life, to many other hobbies at the moment.
Sunset Tonight in Arizona
X-75 by jdgretz, on Flickr
Sorry it's only a cell phone cam and not as good as the rest of these, but here is my contribution. Any tips on what I did right/wrong are appreciated.
My new graphics to the Kymco in HDRish
I bet that is a quick little thing! 500cc scooter :eek1
Thanks, More show than go, I think it needs some warranty work on CVT, less than 1k miles, bummer.