A&P Moto Pics

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Bowzyr, May 18, 2008.

  1. Bowzyr

    Bowzyr sup bro

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    Couple friends of mine tearing it up today:

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  2. Devin

    Devin New Member

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    purdy neat. Some look a little funky/flat but, cool stuff man.
     
  3. ok_computer

    ok_computer OT Supporter

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    pretty cool, but yeah.. there's something really weird with a couple of them. Maybe it's just low contrast or something, but a couple look off.
     
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    adamlewis88 New Member

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    California looks nice.

    5D or did you just batch vignette?
     
  5. ballz

    ballz Two of 'em OT Supporter

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    wtf no exif? I'm curious what gear you're using
     
  6. Bowzyr

    Bowzyr sup bro

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    Canon 40D.. I switched lenses a few times, between:

    Canon 10-22
    Canon 55-250 IS
    Canon 50 f/1.4
    Canon 24-70 f/2.8

    The vignette is from the LR boost preset that I used on most of them.
     
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    ThexToddster New Member

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    11 and 17 are the only decent ones. You need to shoot way tighter. The wide angle isn't doing much for the shots. Too bad I don't live closer, or I'd roll by and take some pics of those guys. ;)
     
  8. Bowzyr

    Bowzyr sup bro

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    I personally like the wide angle shots a lot.. super tight / clean shots of just the rider basically are really typical IMO.

    Appreciate the feedback though :cool:
     
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    their form sucks

    btw need fisheye
     
  10. Bowzyr

    Bowzyr sup bro

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    :rofl:

    They both rip..

    The guy in red is one of the fastest guys on a dirtbike in the world, has won overall baja 1000 several times.. So whatever his 'form' is like, is apparently working. ;)
     
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    alexromo New Member

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    yeah well, it doesnt work for pictures :o
     
  12. xenon supra

    xenon supra OT Supporter

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    Most are pretty good.
     
  13. isaac86hatch

    isaac86hatch This thread sucks

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    get closer
     
  14. ThexToddster

    ThexToddster New Member

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    As long as you like it. The wide shots when they're hitting deep ruts and corners don't really work. Those shots need to be shot tight where you can see his eyes and how deep the corner really is.

    Sometimes wide shots work with big jumps, but the shots posted aren't composed well enough to make it work.

    But for not shooting MX regularly, Good job. :coold:
     
  15. brasheye

    brasheye Rotary Crew

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    Good start, Get in front of the bikes with a large tele, then you can see the characters of the rider better :cool:
     
  16. GlobeGuy

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    Did you use a CP? Some of those could use stronger exposure compensation.
     

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