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By Way of Motorcycle
03/10/2010 07:45:33 PM
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Comment by Rasai:
I tooka similar picture quite awhile back and wonder what you created your "mount" with?
Tim
The battery in the bike died so I had to push start it... thus the One in the morning indication was really one in the afternoon!

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By Way of Motorcycle
02/21/2010 06:38:45 AM
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by gbautista87

Comment by see:
Greetings from the Critique Club.
Hello Garret, Iím Alan.

Although not a original idea, I canít remember it being done on a motorcycle, somewhat daring if you ask me : ). Score wise, any time you get into the 6ís you have done well, very well. Things to maybe look for if you attempt again. It looks to me like your camera exposed for the shade, hence the over exposed foreground, it also looks like you pushed the contrast forcing the highlights even more. I agree more blur would help, but itís easy to see your limiting factors. You do have a motorcycle, and a makeshift pod, who knows someday might find you on a recently paved road providing more options. All in all a good score, for a very good photo, and I will keep my eye out for future attempts..

Alan
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/17/2010 01:00:01 AM
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Comment by George:
I do agree on the motion blur thing, this shot is just begging for some. Maybe if you'd kept the slower shutter and kept clicking you would've gotten at least one no-shake-but-plenty-of-motion shot. Anyway, good DOF and color... though a bit overexposed in some areas.
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/16/2010 11:50:45 PM
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by gbautista87

Comment by C_Steve_G:
Title is well conceived.
This is like watching mounted video cameras; the viewer must turn their head to match the horizon for the brain to make sense of what it sees. That's why we ride with our eyes parallel to the ground. I'm not sure your image would have as much impact if aligned the way we ride, especially among non-riders, but I just can't look at this comfortably. It looks more about the bike and less about why we ride.
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/16/2010 11:07:09 PM
By Way of Motorcycle
by gbautista87

Comment by bcenu:
The lean adds so much more to this shot. Well taken.
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/16/2010 12:40:27 PM
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by gbautista87

Comment by ThingFish:
Love this perspective and as a biker myself can appreciate the feeling that goes with it. Looking at the speedometer I see you were going pretty slow though but I guess that was because you had to take the photo with one hand and control the bike with your other hand at the same time. 7
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/16/2010 04:53:50 AM
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Comment by Art Roflmao:
Needs some more motion blur, but I like the shot!
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/15/2010 09:15:57 AM
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Comment by FourPointX:
great perspective
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/14/2010 06:54:01 PM
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Comment by Leo:
Nice perspective. Great feel of motion and feel of the lean into the curve.
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By Way of Motorcycle
02/13/2010 07:57:51 PM
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Comment by snaffles:
woot looks like Ghost Rider shot this! 7
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