Lonely Rider

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  1. Skipster

    Skipster TPF Noob!

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    Go easy. Cheap scanner.
     
  2. JonMikal

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    i would have shot the cycle at a low angle from the front off to the side to emphasize it's size and power and would not have included to tent; it's too distracting. from this vantage you can't appreciate it's beauty.
     
  3. Chase

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    I like the idea, but the tent also bothers me. The focus gets lost somewhere between the two and the bike doesn't stand out the way I feel it should.
     
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    I agree with all the above. I do like the similar tones of bike and tent. I think part of the problem is, which is your subject the bike or the tent. I assume the bike, I think if you want to tie the two together then the bike could be placed further back so the tent is much smaller or even visa versa but not in front of one another. I would try a few with large aperature setting so the tent is somewhat blurred. To make it more romantic try shooting the image with late evening or early moring light.
     

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