Friend's New Bike - C&C Please

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  1. AduNeButt

    AduNeButt TPF Noob!

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    My friend volunteered at a bike shop and finally finished his bike from salvaged parts, figured we'd go out and get some pictures. C&C is appreciated.

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    fokker No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice rusty headset :lol:

    Quite like the second pic though
     
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    Hah, yeah the frame was completely salvaged, the wheels are new though.
     
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    It's weird, I've also noticed I never get CC except from you fokker, hah, I wonder why?
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Is the vignetting natural or added?
     
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    Added, I tried to get an old film feel to the pictures.
     
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    First one doesn't feel 'right'. Second one is very nice :thumbup:
     
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    i really like the tone on these...not bright...kinda muted...but very nice.
    i prefer the second as well...i dig the dof in that one...nice gradual falloff on the bricks.
     
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    I prefer the second one
     
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    good stuff =)
     
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    I also like the second one best. Maybe the first one could have been better if the angle of the bricks wasn't the same as the angle of the handle bars/bike. Maybe I little line tension could have helped. like if the bricks were just as they are, but the angle of the bike and handle bars was closer to horizontal but not all the way there. It's hard to say without seeing, but that's what I thought of.
     
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    I like it. I wish I could get such smooth rich colors in my photos.
     

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