A couple motorcycle pics

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  1. ericande

    ericande TPF Noob!

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    Hey, pretty new to photography and brand new to the forum. Thought I should share a couple pictures. I'm stepping up from a P&S so I'm learning a lot!

    A little PS in the first two.


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    2nd pic is cool, but ide rather see a pic with the whole subject in the photo, i.e. photo 1 and 3, in 1 the bike is cropped out and the helmet in 3 is aswell...
     
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    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    WOW

    taken with a P&S !!!!!

    I've done speedway photography and I know how hard that can be to get good panning shots with £1400.00 worth of Canon Image Stabilizing lens

    Oh and welcome to the forum
     
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    #2 is a great shot.
     
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    Welcome to TPF!

    These shots are great. I like #2.
     
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    #1 is good but I think it would benefit from two exposures blended together in photoshop, one for the background and one for the forground. Ridin shots are awesome though, nice panning.
     

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