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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Unstable Rider, Mar 11, 2013.
You guys are totally on this .... some good stuff here.
I know the concept is quite hit or miss... sure fun when ya get a couple to turn out.
Hey, I think I see the ADV - salute in that last batch.....
Good one BG,
I am a big fan of the safety yellow myself.
Looks like a Strom following you?
Hey, I never heard of Fort Riley before. What's it near?
DL1000 behind me and I'm on a DL650. Fort Rylie is near Milwaukee.
I agree with your earlier post about over-the-shoulder being hit or miss. I do like to try though...
Yes Sir OneFast, over the shoulder in either direction is appropriate
Must have had the Missus behind you?
And we have another Wisconsin Rider too, howdy neighbor.
No missus on board, I have a boom (combination of Ram mounts, GoPro mounts, and an old mountain bike handlebar.
wow, that is a unique set-up brother.
I have thought of putting a Ram ball mount on top of one of my Pelicans,
but you took it to another whole level
How is the vibration for rolling video from "up there"?
You must have to watch low bridges and low hanging phone lines?
I've done the top box mount but the GoPro lens is so wide your subject has to be right on top of you to get a good pic. (Maybe you know this spot )
I think a good pic is always better than a good vid so in general I shoot more pics than vid, but I do actually get less vibration on the boom then I do mounted down by the engine.
A ride in the blegian Ardennes:
Wow... that's cool-- I dont get to the Ardennes much, OK, I have never been there.
So much history, it would be an interesting area to explore. There is a stone building in one of your pics that does not look to have been built in any of our lifetimes.
Thanks for posting.
I found another one in my stash. I am running out.
How about over my helmet?
Ok, ok, over my shoulder...
My buddy Paul had taken this shot last year during a Rocky Mountain Tour.
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Cool. Fun to see some cruisers out there.
thanks for postin.