2 Friends With There Honda CBR F4i's

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by Exhale, May 2, 2008.

  1. Exhale

    Exhale TPF Noob!

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    This was my first time ever shooting something moving. Other than Sprint Cars. But that was last year. I did these using a Sony something lol. One of the pocket sized cameras. Total noob. C&C? I was going to post in the General. But Seems way to crowded.

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    #2 is cool. the others just look like point n shoot snap shots...would like see others like these though.
     
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    This may be crude, but read through it.

    Fake DOF kills any photo for me. If that's the look you were going for, there is no replacement for large aperature/fast glass and the appropriate distances.

    Also, dealing with stunters, you really have to use angles to get something that looks different. I shot some local stunters testing here, and all the photo's start to look the same unless you put some spin on them. Here are a few that I came up with to give you an idea. You don't need SLR's to get a decent picture, but if you put your own spin onto something, the outcome becomes a lot better.

    These are some of the guys from Off Axis Stunting.

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  4. Exhale

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    Alright, thanks so much, Next time i shoot them, I'll def try that, I cant wait to get back out!
     
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    Just seen you are from E-town. I know there has been guys from Edmonton who've come down here to stunt. I never got out that day.

    If you can, try getting some angles by using a step ladder too. You'll like stupid, but the pictures will turn out well.

    If I go again, I know I'll be bringing one. You have to put some trust in the guys that they won't hit you though.

    Those shots with the 10mm were a couple feet from the bike. They look like 10ft away, but are actually closer to 3-4
     

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