Motorcycle photoshoot please C&C

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  1. 8ball

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    i think there ok, maybe a little crooked. i like 2 the best, maybe take out the shadow of the other bike. and 3 has a spot of the other bike also. 4 im not liking the angle. and 5 is ok if the wall wasnt hella crooked right in your face just makes it way obvious. but i think u could fix em up and would be ok.
     
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    bump
     
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    composition of #2 is the best. #1 would only work if you had a model riding on it with her/his face pointing to the left.
     
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    Errrr....sorry guy. Not so hot.
     
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    Five photos is about 2 to many to get a good response for C&C.

    #1 The background doesn't work with the subject, the horizon is tilted and the composition is poor because the bike is leaving the right side of the frame. If you're going to take a picture with the bike being the main subject, eliminate as many background distractions as possbile and fill the frame with the bike.

    #2 background issue (concrete pillar), good framing but the front wheel is toclose to the bottom of the frame, needed fill light, camera left. Off camera flash would have worked well coming from low, camera left.

    #3 background issues, needs fill light again on the camera left side of the bike.

    #4 background issues, composition issues.

    #5 foreground/background issues, poor lighting and composition.
     
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    They all seem a bit too bright, there is no grit to them...
    Not sure what could make them better?
    Maybe better lighting?
    It just looks like someone took a picture of their bike. and not in a good way?
     
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    thanks
     
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    agree with VI.
    gonna need some fill light to make that **** pop.

    toss a hot chick on it and people will love the shots.
     

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