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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, Jul 7, 2010.
Very nice work edge2edge and SnowMule.
Here are a few recent ones.
WoW - love this one Dave.. very very nice, your inspiring me to pick my camera back up and go for a ride. and for this i thank you
I did a 9k mile journey a couple of years ago on my Superduke, after a long day of pushing I made it safely to my sisters home in Maryland.
Thanks so much Dave! I love night riding and photo shoots, and you have some amazing pics, thanks for sharing! In your first shot I feel like I in the movie close encounters of the third kind! Cool shot!
first crap night photo i took with my new camera.
There's room for improvement Toysoldier. Don't give up! The exposure is pretty good. Focusing is definitely harder at night. Once you get that figured out you may want to play around with the white balance (easier if you can shoot in RAW) to reduce the yellow color cast from the street lights. Have fun!
cheers for the comment mate =]
this was the first time with the camera out side the house.
got a bit more practice in now so will give it another ago next time i go out
Hopefully a very isolated road, because that looks like a long time exposure from the middle of the road!
Went to the Tourtech rally in Plain WA last weekend and we were surprised by my first ever sighting of the Aurora borealis.
This is a rare sighting in WA. I have lived here all of my 40 years and this is the first time I have ever seen it in person.
This is Alex with Konflict Suspension laying out to get some inspiration....
Love the grinder sparks Orangecicle.
Possibly off topic, but here are some of my better pics from last week.
Enjoying the Fireworks.
Those are awesome, Lost Rider.
I headed down to Mt St. Helens at the Johnston Ridge area and hiked out the Boundary trail about 4+ miles solo on Saturday night. I had planned to get a bit further but I realized that I would miss my chance at getting the Milky way directly over the mountain so I set up and fired away until around 2:30 AM. This is a 12 shot panorama that I merged. It is effectively about 170 degree view!! The far left is a touch of Northern Lights as well. The green haze in the middle is called airglow. You can see Mt Rainier and Spirit lake in the distance with of course Helens on the right with the Milky way leaping out of the crater.... It was a bit spooky at times knowing that there wasn't another soul for 10's of miles!
^^ Fucking. A.