My Motorcycle Shots

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  1. Dieselboy

    Dieselboy TPF Noob!

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    Hi, new here. Wanted to share some photos of my bike. Nikon D40 18-55 and 55-200mmVR nikkor lenses.

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  2. Robin Usagani

    Robin Usagani Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Nice photos.
    On the first one, you should be riding on it and take 2 shots. One with and one without you and do a similar effect.
     
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    did you use 2 separate exposures or a ending flash?
     
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    Ending flash.
     
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    thought so. Nicely done. The only thing that bugs me is the tree reflection in the top right.
     
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    Nice shots man!
     
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    Wow! That's the nicest bike I have ever seen!

    The first one is great because it really shows the details and shape of the bike. The last one looks sweet in that urban environment but I think if you panned right and placed the bike on the left side of the frame , the picture would look even better.
     
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    Sort of like this? :D



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    Dieselboy will you explain to me how you took your first shot in this series? Step by step in detail? THANKS! It looks awesome!

    I have a ZX10R and I would love to experiment with this lighting technique!
     
  10. Dieselboy

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    Basically built a hood around my dewalt light and set the camera for an 8 sec exposure. Fired the light in bursts around the bike, then ran behind it and fired it at myself. You can kind of see it in my hands.
     
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    hey are you on 600rr.net?
     
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