Chopper: Micheal Lichter Style

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    My first attempt at taking some cues from the legendary motorcycle photog Micheal Lichter.

    Not the best one of the series but I haven't had time to work on some of the others recently so I thought I'd post this one anyway :)

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    Decided to add one more tonight :mrgreen:

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    sweet ride....nicely lit. is it your studio? is it your bike for that matter? :D
     
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    Love the lighting...great job.
     
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    Oooooooo...O.C.C. Good shots, you have a real nice setup goin on.
     
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    dude, its like almost perfect....

    my only thing is in the first one it looks like it might tip over... but only because you cant see the kickstand type thing.... very nice lighting setup
     
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    THORHAMMER said what I didn't really... In the first I really don't like how far the bike leans over, the back tire is really wide and flat and when you lean the bike to the left the right side of the tire comes off the ground....it looks sort of....goofy...
     
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    I like #1 best. Color, contrast, better IMHO.
    Nice lines, like the wheels, pipes, and detail to the engine block that
    you see best in #1. Also I think the red pinstriping on the flames looks
    better in #1.
    Good topic to shoot and nice to see done well.

    Bill
     
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    Thanks for the replies and compliments everyone. I've had fun with these and plan to do some more. Just gotta get the time to set it all up again.

    To answer Jon K, yes it is my studio, and actually, yes it is also MY bike :mrgreen:
     

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