C&C on my bike pictures

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  1. kwik

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    #2 is my favorite, I like how the clouds are reflecting in the helmet face.
     
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    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Just a quick and dirty play to maybe give you some ideas:

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    That looks ****ing cool! Nice work. How in the hell do you do that :lmao:
     
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    LOL, glad you liked it.

    Mostly, just using the burn tool in Photoshop.

    About 90 seconds in ACR and Photoshop. That's why it's so sloppy.

    And 90 kph ain't very fast. I almost cloned out the sign but you obviously wanted it there.
     
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    No it's not fast at all hahaha. but I threw it in there because I thought it added to the photo.
    Could be very wrong though
     
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    hehe, yeah you have some good compostional ideas. I like your second image and played with it a bit, hope you don't mind.

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    I used curves in photoshop and added some contrast and marqueed a rough circle around the image and made the corners a touch darker using levels to bring the focus back into the centre of the image. :) quite a few photographers use the 'vignetting' effect in post processing these days.
     
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    Sweet deal thanks. I like that. Gives it more dimension in my eyes with a little more shadow and not so flat. Makes the hemlet pop more too.
     
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    I like photo #2 too. Very cool.
     

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