My Ongoing Moped/Scooter Series

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  1. Tuna

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    My son is in the process of restoring a beautiful red Motobecane moped from the early 70's and he has inspired me to post a few photos from My Ongoing Moped/Scooter Series. The color photo was taken near a village in eastern Turkey and the B&W photo was on a backstreet in Madrid. I hope you will critique and enjoy them. (By the way, I don't actually have an "Ongoing Moped/Scooter Series" but I thought it so impressive to say so). Thanks!! [​IMG]
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    Well, maybe you didn't have one, but you do now! :lol:

    Neat concept, you should persue it. :)
     
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    Somehow I find both photos a little lonely. Excellent composition! B&W will always be more dramatic, but your example really takes the cake.
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, there are some out here who know how to leave just ONE thing colourful in an otherwise b+w photo and I thought yesterday and still think today when I'm coming to your photos a second time, Tuna, that the second one would be just IDEAL for this kind of experiment. A red moped in the otherwise b+w picture with those houses... seems like a good idea to me right now.

    But please don't ask me how it's been done.....

    Anyone there who could help?
     

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