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Discussion in 'Photos' started by bburnette21, Sep 11, 2010.
In the area of Alkmaar, the Netherlands.
^ Nice pic and nice bike ... Pegasos (Pegasi?) are tempting.
showing off my mastery of foreground clutter (with the milk crate) Canon EOS R with an RF 24-105 lens at 4.0 aperture priority. Desaturated post process obviously.
Mate great photo, put a fuel tank (or other parts) and a few hand tools by the crate and it would be a winner
lets try this again. assortment of '75 models.
Sweet. NZRalphy must be proud!
Truthfully, much better still life than a bowl of fruit!
Thank you. I was actually timing the motoplat (which will probably die as soon as I start the bike) and thought... lets see what happens if I leave tools all over and then take a pic. I think NZRalphy had some good ideas.
The inclusion of the glasses is brilliant - it adds a human touch and it leaves me with a story "I wonder what he was doing". Top job!
Next take?? this could add a bit of pop...go put a light behind the closest bike, hide it so it can't be seen and shield it (perhaps use a torch) so it doesn't light the background (the black background is good) it may add a bit of a hard-edge-definition. Or I could be wrong :)
Are you shooting in RAW? In post process I would decrease the exposure a wee bit, up the contrast a wee bit, then brush-burn back exposure (bikes, tyres, top of the tank) to 10% of the photo, a wee bit of definition to all, and a wee dark vignette. :)
Here is what I did
V-Strom by APM Photography, on Flickr
The Pathfinder, parked up on a single track road near Compton Abdale........
The Panzer, parked up on the B4450 heading towards Churchill from Chipping Norton......
Cheating slightly with this one, as it does include a little colour.......the Panzer once more, this time parked on the edge of a field in the Cornbury Park Estate...
There stood a castle here up untill 1756 when it got broken down for some reason (leaving the gatehouse intact).
In 1990 the villagers had the castle rebuild via a steal frame ... and it brilliant!
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My new-to-me R1200RT.
Posted this 2 years ago but still think it's pretty cool.
MOA Falling Leaf Rally sometime in the 90s.