Smoke 'em if Ya got 'em

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  1. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Took these at lunch today. My oldest boy's toy needs a new rear tire, so we thought...what the hell. They were underexposed because of the bright sun, thinking I would lighten later on. These are very quick edits.

    Are they worth taking the time to do it properly?

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    Thanks for looking and commenting.
     
  2. Spectrum Murals

    Spectrum Murals TPF Noob!

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    A smoky burnout is cool no matter what angle your looking at it from.
     
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    The guy's face is underexposed in all of them, but the burnout is sweet. I might even consider cropping the entire head off in the first one, as to not make it look like as much of a mistake, and really let the viewer focus in on the burnout. Although, they might be focusing in on the burnout as it is. Cool shots. And a cool bike.
     
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    I like how the smoke and everything looks in the third one. Face and stuff is a bit dark though.




    More importantly, I hope he wears at least a helmet when he's actually riding it. :thumbup:
     
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    the second one would be a good advertising shot for yamaha
     
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    I think the 2nd one is the best, it has the best composition in my opinion and its a good angle. Half the bike is gone in a cloud of smoke. Hehe..
     
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    nice pics, an HDR would probly be really cool here
     
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    HoboSyke TPF Noob!

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    HDR craze haha, trynna get a HDR of that would be pretty difficult.
     
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    Peter_pan91 TPF Noob!

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    Lol, i'm really not a big fan of HDR myself, but i thought it would look cool on a shot like this. Maybe doing it the "easy" way if you're shooting raw.-it would be pretty impossible the normal way:meh:
     
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    represent dawg !!!

    That is a sick burnout !!
     
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    YESSSS. You took my advice about a backlit burnout. I'm pumped about these. Do em up.
     

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