2 Dollar Parking

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  1. Bull Goose

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    Thoughts, comments? Just don't tell me to go back and re-shoot it.
     
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    It's small...

    Hard to see any detail with it this small...
     
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    I screwed up. Is that any better? My browser showed it quite big.
     
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    Yes, much. Now I can tell that that's a rag, not the oil spill I thought it was on the small version. :lol:

    I like it, but I can't decide if the shadowed side of the bike needs more light, or if it's fine how it is...

    Interesting shot.
     
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    I like it. I would re shoot it just for the fun of it.
     
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    YA definately go re shoot it, but include more bike pics, including info and past excursions!
     
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    If your into photoshopping a B&W HDR may help with exposure here?
    Or maby just move the bike more into the ambient light.
    interesting shot though
     
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    ok, glad you people kinda like it, but I said no re-shooting for a reason- this was in Quito, Ecuador. I'm in Canada now. It's something like 15 000 kilometers away!
     
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    haha, good to have you back. pushaw on the "more light and detail" bit. lack of light is just as important as light for the feel of an image. i told you before that i liked this and i still do. nice range of tones. whites to blacks, contrast all over. i want to see more of your landscapes though.
     
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    I really like this. It's interesting, and I think its because of the tonal range. I like it because there isn't any real direct lighting on the bike giving it good contrast with the background.

    -Harry
     

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