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  1. KillerChaos

    KillerChaos TPF Noob!

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    any suggestions?

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    It's not a Harley!!!
     
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    Mmmmm, Triumph!
     
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    I'm a total noob...to here anyway...lol My opinion is it needs more light. It's kinda looking dark...the background aswell is dark. Other than that, that is one bad ass bike!
     
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    Crop is too tight on the bottom and left. Needs to be brightened up some but other than that it could be a nice shot.
     
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    You framed it well and it is a good shot but the lighting is a tad flat. You need a lighter background as it's just grey and a bit drab but the bike is good, nice and sharp and well framed.
     
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    I would use a background that would give good contrast for the bike. And for the lighting what kid of setup are you using? I use 2 halogen flood lights and one smaller light when I'm gettings shots like that.
     
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    Torus34 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Increase contrast.

    The printing on the rear fender seems to be a tad fizzy -- DOF problem?

    Terrible crop.

    Are you attenpting to take a shot for a commercial? Wrong camera. Try a 4x5 view.
     
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    Most of it has been said. But I find the crop problems the least attractive.

    Try not to crop so close to the front wheel at the bottom. The bike is neither centered nor evidently off to one side, that's pretty bad. For this angle and this shot, I would adhere to the rule of thirds...more or less.
     
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    is this a miniature model? :confused:
     

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